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Standing Stone Trail

The orange-blazed Standing Stone Trail (SST) is an 84-mile long main trail network with side trails. The trail follows scenic ridgelines in Huntingdon, Mifflin, and Fulton counties: the south middle region of Pennsylvania's Tiltrock Country. Formerly known as "Link Trail" named for connecting Mid State Trail with Tuscarora Trail, Standing Stone Trail is a destination in its own right, offering Pennsylvania hikers and backpackers a link to dramatic scenery, wild plant and animal life, and compelling history.

Standing Stone Trail
The orange-blazed Standing Stone Trail is a 84-mile long main trail network with side trails. The northern terminus of the trail is at the Mid State Trail within the Detweiler Natural Area and incorporates the Greenwood Spur trail from Greenwood Furnace State Park to the MST. The southern end is a junction with Tuscarora Trail in Buchanan State Forest near Cowans Gap State Park. The SST uses both public (state park, state forest, state game land) and private lands.