The Bucktail PathLocated in northern Pennsylvania, the Bucktail Path extends from the small town of Sinnemahoning to Sizerville State Park, on a primitive footpath through remote areas of Penns Woods.
Follow Old Forest RoadsRemnants from Pennsylvania's logging years provide gradual inclines and wide trails while hiking on parts of the Bucktail Path.
Squaretimber Natural AreaThe Bucktail Path traverses through the large Squaretimber Natural Area.
The Bucktail Path is located in north central Pennsylvania, mainly within the boundaries of Elk State Forest. The trail is approximately 34 miles in length and marked with orange blazes. The trail is a point-to-point trail with the northern trailhead located at Sizerville State Park and the southern trailhead located in the town of Sinnemahoning. The trail passes through the Johnson Run Natural Area as well as the Squaretimber Wild Area.
- Bucktail Path
Located in Elk State Forest in Cameron and Potter Counties is the Bucktail Path. This 34-mile hiking trail extends from Sizerville State Park to the town of Sinnemahoning. This primitive backpacking trail was my latest hiking destination as I decided to check out this as-of-yet, unexplored trail in northern Pennsylvania.