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Hiking in and around the Allegheny Wilderness
Rimrock
the area's most popular, for all
abilities

Waterfalls
There are five waterfalls in the
Allegheny National Forest

Hickory Creek
Wilderness
One of the few remaining stands
of old growth forest in the east

Trails Overview
take your pick
Hiking at the Rimrock Trail in the Allegheny National Forest
hiking the Allegheny National Forest
Allegheny National Forest
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Winter Hiking

Jakes Rocks
excellent view of Kinzua Dam,
Geologic formations, and Allegheny
Plateau

Kinzua Bridge
built before the Eiffel Tower this
10-story high bridge was the highest in
the world

Wilderness Islands
from Warren to Tidioute accessible
only by canoe, usually

Tidioute Overlook
nice view of wilderness islands

North Country Trail
largest trail in area, still being
developed
Weekend hikes with the Allegheny Outdoor Club
Now in its 40th year, this is a northwestern Pennsylvania group of
outdoor enthusiasts based out of Russell. Non-members are
welcome to join in, but dues which go to support its activities are
nominal.

Year-round, they ski, hike and bike throughout the area and help
maintain and establish our network of trails in and around the
Allegheny National Forest.

For more information and their current schedule visit their
website.

For any one interested in learning more about the area, this is a
good place to start.
Explore a
half-million

acres
of national
forest
in northwestern
Pennsylvania:
Warren      Bradford       Tionesta
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Allegheny Outdoor Adventurers: a group of environmentally conscious "explorers"
interested in trips that might include, but not limited to: caving, hiking, backpacking, camping,
mountain biking, canoing, kayaking, rafting, tubing, rock exploring, rock climbing, rappelling,
swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, winter camping, orienteering, bird watching, X-Country skiing and
Geocaching in the Allegheny National Forest & Allegany State Park Areas.
Read more here.
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