Posts under ‘Hiking in Pennsylvania’

Standing Stone North

Our highlight for hiking in Pennsylvania in 2016 was the 21.5 miles at the northern terminus of the Standing Stone Trail. Here is the trip report: Standing Stone Trail – North

Website Catch-Up / 2015 Wrap-Up

I’ve already done a good bit of hiking in 2016, so before I get too far behind I wanted to add my remaining highlights from the summer of 2015 to the website. This includes a hike of the 2015 Midway point on the Appalachian Trail. One of the highlights of our 2015 trip back to […]

Thunder Swamp Trail Loop

In May 2015 we did a 3-day back-pack of the Thunder Swamp Loop Trail. Trip Report Here.

2014: More Pennsylvania Hiking

I was not able to get out west in 2014, but got a lot more hiking done in Pennsylvania, the highlight of which was the Allegheny Front Trail. We completed several more Appalachian Trail hikes, including: PA SGL 80 Round Head and Sand Spring Trail Port Clinton, Pulpit Rock, and The Pinnacle Additionally we visited […]

Three Days on the Allegheny Front

In early May 2014 we hiked the Allegheny Front Trail, a 41.5 mile loop west of State College, PA, that has about as much diversity as you can find on one hike in this state. Great time! Trip Report Here

Appalachian Trail Section Hiking

Two thousand thirteen was a good year for exploring more of my home state, Pennsylvania–mostly via miles of the Appalachian Trail. I’ve compiled a list of the section hikes we’ve completed over the past several years, here: Appalachian Trail Section Hikes. Our 2013 summer A.T. hikes included some memorable ones: The PA Flatlands, Cove Mountain […]