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Old Loggers Path

The Old Loggers Path is 27.1 mile long circuit trail located in northeastern Lycoming County. The trail is located entirely on State Forest Lands, land that had formerly belonged to the Central Pennsylvania Lumber Co. The trail layout has taken advantage of the engineering expertise of the early logging railroaders as it follows the grades. The highlights of the trail are the many cuts & fills on the grades, Rock Run (one of the prettiest streams in Pennsylvania), the vistas that look into the McIntyre Wild Area, Pleasant Stream and the Loyalsock Trail region.

Old Loggers Path
The Old Loggers Path is blazed in orange. There are some elevation changes to be found on this trail, the climbs and descents are gradual as they follow the many abandoned railroad grades. Major water sources on this trail are Rock Run, Pleasant Stream, and Wallis Run as well as a couple feeder streams found along the circuit hike. A relatively easy hike that can be accomplished in three days.