Moshannon & Quehanna Lizard Map

The Moshannon–Quehanna Lizard Map is the newest map in the Lizard line-up!

The 5th map in our lineup of the Pennsylvania Adventure Series is the Moshannon–Quehanna Lizard Map which covers a large swath of the PA Wilds, anchored with State College in the southeastern corner and almost reaching Saint Mary's in the northwest edge.  The entire Moshannon State Forest is mapped, along with parts of Elk and Sproul State Forest. The Quehanna Wild Area is the crown jewel of the map, with the Elk Scenic Drive and the town of Benezette and the Elk Country Visitor Center along the northern edge. 

The Moshannon–Quehanna Map is a beautifully designed, high quality, waterproof map featuring the dirt and gravel forestry roads, hiking and biking trails, boat launches, rail trail access, and all the other information you need to explore this truly special region.


Purple Lizard has made a beautiful, comprehensive map of this outdoor recreation playground featuring some of the prettiest State Parks in PA: Black Moshannon State Park, Parker Dam and S.B. Elliot State Parks, as well as lots of  remote wilderness in between with breathtaking scenic views.

Two long distance backpacking trails are shown in their entirety: the Allegheny Front Trail and the Quehanna Trail, as well as the Quehanna Cross Connectors (East and West), and every trail in between. 

We've mapped out three Rail Trails: the Snow Shoe Rail Trail, the Houtzdale Line and the very remote (and rough) Dimeling-Madera Rail Trail south of Clearfield, which has been turned over the state as a public rail trail but is very much an as-is rail trail ready for some bike packing adventures. 

This map also includes river trip information for the West Branch of the Susquehanna from Clearfield to Karthus, and the Red Moshannon Creek and Black Moshannon Creek for backcountry paddlers.

Want a special wildlife experience? Head over to Benezette, in the heart of Elk Country!


This is one map you are not going to be able to put down as you plan your PA Adventures! Want even more options in PA? Check out our PA Adventure Pack!

Special Thanks to our Fantastic Moshannon/ Quehanna Sponsors!  

Benezette Wines and Coffee Company

The Bicycle Shop

Bicycle Times

ClearWater Conservancy

Dirt Rag

Freeze Thaw Cycles

GodSpeed Hostel

Nittany Mountain Works

Organic Climbing USA

Pennsylvania Interscholastic Cycling League

The Sierra Club Moshannon Group

Wapiti Woods

West Arete

  

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Moshannon-Quehanna Lizard Map Trail Index

#5 Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Fisher Road and Quehanna Highway at a gated gravel road.

#11 Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Quehanna Highway, near Chipper Road, and Three Runs Road (also Old Sinnemahoning Trail). #11 Trail intersects two gated roads that also lead to Three Runs Road.

#14 Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Quehanna Trail at Three Runs Tower Road and #15 Trail near another intersection of Quehanna Trail.

#15 Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Quehanna Trail and Three Runs Road (also Old Sinnemahoning Trail). #15 Trail also intersects #14 Trail.

Allegheny Front Trail (AFT): 42 mile backpacking loop trail. Most of the trail is hiking-only, while some sections are shared-use trail. Check for trail blazes and signs. The southeastern section of trail offers several great vistas, and some tough climbs. The rest of the trail lies on the Allegheny Plateau and is classified as a ‘moderate’ loop relative to other loops in Pennsylvania.

Ammerman Rail Trail: This 10-mile rail trail connects Clearfield, Curwensville, and Grampian. The Clearfield trailhead appears on the Lizard Map, while the rest of the trail leads southwest off of this map title.

Bailey Log Trail: Shared-use trail that connects the intersection of Wykoff Run Road and Old Wykoff Run Road with Gore Draft Road. Bailey Log Trail also serves as a section of Powerline Loop Trail.

Bat Bunkers: Former jet engine test sites that remain within what is now MK Goddard Wykoff Run Natural Area. One bunker is mostly underground, while the other is more visible.  

Bear Run Trail: Hiking only trail that connects the Quehanna Trail between Medix Run and Saunders Run. This section of trail was originally included in the Quehanna Trail, until a permanent reroute was created to avoid crossing Medix Run.

Beaver Dam Trail: Cross-country ski trail that creates a loop beginning at the dead-end of the Cabins at Parker Dam State Park. This trail intersects a few trails including Snow Trail, and may be groomed for skiing by if conditions allow.

Beaver Meadow Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Strawband Beaver Road and Smays Run Trail.

Beaver Run Dam Trail: Short, hiking only trail near Beaver Run Shallow Water Impoundment area. The main feature of this trail is the Beaver Run Dam Wildlife Viewing platform, which provides a great viewing blind of wildlife in and around the pond.

Bellefonte Posse Cross Connector Trail: Shared-use trail that connects the Bellefonte Posse Trail and Quehanna Highway.

Bellefonte Posse Trail: Hiking only trail that connects the Bellefonte Posse Cross Connector Trail and Lost Run Road. From Lost Run Road, Bellefonte Posse Trail follows Panther run into State Gamelands to Chipper Road, and then turns left off of the road back into Quehanna Wild Area.

Big Spring Draft Trail: Hiking only trail in Quehanna Wild Area that leads away from Wykoff Trail down to Big Spring Draft before crossing Big Spring Draft and climbing back uphill to Three Runs Road.

Black Powder Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Mohawk Trail and Moyer Run Trail. This trail also intersects Quehanna Trail and Fisher Trail.

Blueberry Trail: Hiking only trail along the southwest corner of Black Moshannon Lake. This trail loop includes a small section of Moss-Hanne Trail and Airport Road.

Bridge Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector with Mosquito Creek Trail and Crawford Vista Trail.

Bucktail Path: 34 mile backpacking trail in Elk State Forest. Most of the trail is hiking-only, but some sections may offer shared-use. Check for trail blazes and signs. The path is minimally used, but well blazed.

C.C. Ski Trail: A short cross connector trail between Losey Road and Deible Road. This trail may be incorporated with Losey Road and Deible Road to create a ski loop around Marion Brooks Natural Area.

Cole Run Trail: Short, shared-use trail in Quehanna Wild Area. Cole Run Trail connects Erie Camp Trail and Mohawk Trail.

Coupler Run Loop: 4 mile hiking only loop trail, which is part of the Rockton Mountain Trails System at the intersection of Greenwood Road and Route 322. Coupler Run Trail intersects Tar Kiln Spring Trail.

CPL (Central PA Lumber) Trail: Hiking only trail that connects 4 Mile Road and Laurel Run Road between Parker Dam State Park and S. B. Elliot State Park.

Crawford Vista Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector with Mosquito Creek Trail and Bridge Trail. Crawford Vista Trail also intersects Dry Marsh Trail.

Cut Off Trail: Hiking only trail that acts as a western connector trail for the Quehanna Trail. This trail creates a day or short overnight loop hike including the very beginning and very end of Quehanna Trail near Parker Dam State Park.

Dague Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Crystal Springs Road and 4 Mile Road near S. B. Elliot State Park.  

David Lewis Trail: Hiking only trail that connects the Hoover Farm Viewing Area Parking Lot and Lost Run Road.

Dimeling-Madera Rail Trail: 13 mile shared-use rail trail open to hikers, bicyclists, and ATV’s (some sections). This trail is open, but some sections can be very rough and unimproved. ATV use has caused braided trails, which can make the main route difficult to follow. There is also a water crossing of Clearfield Creek near Madera. Dimeling-Madera Rail Trail runs from Old Erie Pike in Dimeling south to Madera. There is also a section open south of Madera to a closed bridge at Muddy Run.

Doctors Fork Trail: Hiking only trail near S. B. Elliot State Park. This trail connects South Fork Trail and North Fork Trail with Rattlesnake Trail.

Donut Hole Trail: Rugged 90-mile backpacking trail. Most of the trail is hiking-only, but some sections may offer shared-use. Check for trail blazes and signs. The path is minimally used and sometimes overgrown. The trail connects Jericho and Farrandsville.

Dry Marsh Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Lost Run Road with Crawford Vista Trail. Dry Run Trail intersects Meeker Trail and also intersects Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector at a trail register.

Dry Trail: A short, hiking only trail that connects Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector with Dry Marsh Trail.

Dug Road: High Clearance 4wd Road that begins at an Allegheny Front Trail parking area along Shirks road and ends at East Mountain Road. Dug Road also intersects Strawband Beaver Road.

Elk Trail: Hiking only trail that leads through prime elk habitat near Benezette. This trail connects Dents Run Road and Trout Run Road.

Erie Camp Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Yellowsnake Camping Area and Chipper Road. Erie Camp Trail intersects Quehanna Highway, Cole Run Trail, Kunes Camp Trail, and Bellefonte Posse Trail.

Fairview Trail: Hiking only trail, which connects the Quehanna Trail to Tyler Road. Hikers take this trail to avoid Saunders Run when the water level is very high.

Fisher Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Mohawk Trail and Black Powder Trail. Fisher Trail also intersects Middle Ridge Trail, #5 Trail, and a hiking-only spur trail to the Quehanna Trail. Parts of Fisher Trail are High Clearance 4wd Road.

Foley Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Gore Vista Trail and Sevinsky Trail.

Fred Woods Trail: Hiking only trail that forms a 4.5 mile loop off of Mason Hill Road. Highlights of the trail include weaving through large boulders, Huckleberry Vista, and Water Plug Vista.

Gore Cut Off Trail: Shared use trail that connects Gore Cut Off Road and Hoover Road.

Gore Draft Trail: Hiking only trail that leads through Gore Draft. This trail connects Gore Cut Off Road and Quehanna Trail. This is a wonderful, cool, mountain stream.

Gore Loop: A dirt road route that circles the plateau above Gore Draft.

Gore Vista Trail: Hiking only trail that leads to an awesome vista over Gore Draft. This trail connects Hoover Road and Quehanna Highway. The trail begins at Hoover Road.

Hay Road Trail: Hiking only trail that leads from Rattlesnake Pike to Boat Lunch 3 on Westside Road. This trail intersects Seneca Trail and Indian Trail.

Headwaters Trail: Part of the popular cross-country ski trail system located off of Rattlesnake Pike. Headwaters Trail is also part of Allegheny Front Trail, and intersects with Ridge Trail, Valley Trail, and Woodland Trail.

Hemlock Trail: Shared-use loop trail, which is part of the Rockton Mountain Trails System at the intersection of Greenwood Road and Route 322. This trail is a popular mountain bike and cross country ski loop, and intersects Panther Run Trail and Horn Shanty Loop.

Horn Shanty Loop: Shared-use loop trail, which is part of the Rockton Mountain Trails System at the intersection of Greenwood Road and Route 322. This trail is a popular mountain bike and cross country ski loop, and intersects Hemlock Trail.

Houtzdale Line Trail: 10 mile long shared use rail trail open to hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians. This trail leads from Coal Run Road just west of Osceola Mills to a closed bridge at Muddy Run just north of Cross Roads Boulevard near Smoke Run.

Indian Trail: Hiking only trail that leads from Rattlesnake Pike to Hay Road Trail.  This trail includes a small section of Moss-Hanne Trail.

Jugs Spring Trail: Gated dirt road off of Hoover Road that leads toward Sander Trail and Red Run Trail.

Juneberry Trail: Shared-use Trail that begins on Sand Rock Road and leads east, off this map title, into Sproul State Forest.

Kaiser Timber Road: Hiking only trail, which begins on Reservoir Road near Yellowsnake Camping Area and leads past CCC Camp S-143 and ends at a junction with Quehanna Trail.

Karthaus Access: Boat launch for West Branch Susquehanna River. A dirt parking area on the Southside of the bridge leads downhill to the put-in.

Kelly Cellar Loop Trail: Shared-use loop trail, which is just under four miles long. This Trail is also part of the Rockton Mountain Trails System at the intersection of Greenwood Road and Route 322. This trail is a popular mountain bike and cross country ski loop, and intersects Tar Kiln Spring Trail.

Kunes Camp Trail: Hiking only trail that connects the Bellefonte Posse Trail and Quehanna Highway. The trail leads straight through Kunes Camp, which was constructed between two large boulders. It’s a pretty impressive old camp.

Lake Loop Trail: Hiking only trail that surrounds the northern section of Black Moshannon Lake. This trail is not noted on the Lizard Map (no space), but it shown as green dots encircling the lake between Rattlesnake Pike and Benner Run Road.

Ligament Trail: Shared-use trail that connects the Bellefonte Posse Cross Connector Trail and Bailey Log Trail at Wykoff Run Road. Ligament Trail also intersects Wykoff Trail.

Lincoln Loop Trail: Hiking only trail that forms a loop when connected with Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector. There is a parking area near Beaver Run Shallow Water Impoundment.

Log Slide Trail: Hiking only trail that begins at the main trailhead of Quehanna Trail. Log Slide Trail is also part of the Quehanna Trail, and intersects with Spurline Trail.

Lower Jerry Natural Area Trail: Hiking only trail that begins on Sand Rock Road and leads downhill to Lower Jerry Run Natural Area. Lower Jerry Run Natural Area includes a 32-acre stand of old growth white pine and hemlock trees.

Marion Brooks Loop Trail: Hiking only trail that forms a loop when connected with Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector. Parking on Losey Road near Marion Brooks Natural Area.

Meeker Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Dry Marsh Trail with Red Run Trail.

Middle Ridge Trail: Shared-use trail, which connects Mohawk Trail, Quehanna Trail, and Fisher Trail. Middle Ridge Trail runs in conjunction with Quehanna Trail for a period before breaking off and leading to Fisher Trail.

Mohawk Trail: Gated, High Clearance 4wd Road that connects Quehanna Highway and Quehanna Trail. Mohawk Trail also intersects with Middle Ridge Trail and Fisher Trail.

Mosquito Creek Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Quehanna Trail at Deible Run to Bridge Trail near Mosquito Creek. This trail traverses elk habitat in Moshannon State Forest and Game Lands 34. The southeastern section of trail is sometimes referred to as, ‘McNerny Trail’ since it briefly parallels McNerny Run.

Moss-Hanne Trail: 7.7mile hiking only trail surrounding the southwest corner of Black Moshannon Lake. This trail begins near Boat Launch 3 on Westside Road and ends at Beaver Road. This trail is usually wet, but includes mileage posts and multiple boardwalks. The Allegheny Front Trail runs in conjunction with Moss-Hanne trail for a few miles. Bog Trail, Indian Trail, and Blueberry Trail intersect Moss-Hanne Trail.

Moyer Run Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Black Powder Trail and Chestnut Draft Road, which is a High Clearance 4wd Road.

North Fork Trail: Hiking only trail near S. B. Elliot State Park. This trail connects Old Sinnemahoning Trail and Doctors Fork Trail. North Fork Trail also intersects South Fork Trail.

North Run Trail: Shared-use loop trail, which connects North Run Road and Benner Run Road. North Run Trail intersects Rattlesnake Pike, Ridge Trail, and Rattlesnake Trail.

Old Hoover Trail: Hiking only trail that leads through MK Goddard Wykoff Run Natural Area. This trail connects Hoover Road and Quehanna Highway. The trail also intersects with one of the Bat Bunkers.

Old Horse Trail: Hiking only trail that connects Crystal Springs Road and Old Route 153 in S. B. Elliot State Park. Old Horse Trail intersects Rattlesnake Trail, Old Sinnemahoning Trail, Old Route 153, and passes by a small DCNR pond on Stony Run.

Old Huckleberry Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Huckleberry Road and Rattlesnake Pike. This trail intersects Cassanova Road just west of Black Moshannon State Park.

Old Sinnemahoning Trail: This trail is a mix of hiking only and Shared-use that appears twice on this map title. The hiking only section begins near S. B. Elliot State Park and ends at the intersection with Kennedy Road. The shared-use portion of trail leads south from here to connect and intersect Kennedy Road a few times. A second section of trail begins on Reservoir Road near Yellowsnake Camping Area and leads for miles towards the confluence of Wykoff Run and Sinnemahoning Creek.

Panther Run Trail: Short, shared-use trail, which is part of the Rockton Mountain Trails System at the intersection of Greenwood Road and Route 322. Panther Run Trail intersects Hemlock Trail.

Pepper Hill Trail: Hiking only trail that connects First Fork Road with Ridge Road in Elk State Forest. The trail is approximately 6 miles long and includes a spur trail leading to Survivor Rock.

PFBC Deer Creek Bridge Access: Boat Launch for West Branch Susquehanna River. An old side road on the Southside of Deer Creek Road leads downhill to the put-in. It is 6 miles/3 hours to the next take-out downstream, Rolling Stone Private Access, when the Karthaus gage is at 3 feet.

Millstone Run Access: Boat Launch for West Branch Susquehanna River. An old side gravel road off of route 970 leads to the put-in, not far downstream from the Shawville Access. This is private Property. Please respect private property.

POA Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Benner Run Road and Ridge Trail. This trail intersects Walker Lot Snowmobile Parking Area.

Powerline Loop Trail: Shared-use trail that utilizes Gore Draft Road to lead to an excellent vista overlooking Wykoff Run.

Quehanna Trail (QT): 73-mile backpacking loop trail. Most of the trail is hiking-only, but some sections may offer shared-use. Check for trail blazes and signs. The trail offers rugged terrain, great vistas, open meadows, and some tough climbs. A Multitude of cross connector trails allow for various backpacking and hiking loops.

Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector Trail (QTECC): Hiking only trail that leads over 9 miles through Quehanna Wild Area. This trail connects the Quehanna Trail near Losey Road to the Quehanna Trail near Lost Run Road. A loop hike of the Eastern Cross Connector and the eastern section of the Quehanna Trail is roughly 40-miles.

Quehanna Trail West Cross Connector Trail: Hiking only trail that leads over 9 miles rom the Quehanna Trail near Little Medix Road to the Quehanna Trail at Wallace Mine Road. A loop hike of the Western Cross Connector and the western section of the Quehanna Trail is roughly 19-miles.

Ralph Seeley Trail: Hiking only trail named after one of the great visionaries of hiking in this area. Ralph Seeley Trail connects Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector with Red Run Trail.

Rattlesnake Trail (near Black Moshannon State Park): Shared-use trail that connects Benner Run Road and North Run Trail. This trail makes a nice loop, roughly three miles long, with North Run Trail and Ridge Trail.

Rattlesnake Trail (near S. B. Elliot State Park): Hiking only trail that connects Crystal Springs Road and Doctors Fork Trail. Rattlesnake Trail also intersects Old Horse Trail.

Red Run Connector Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Quehanna Highway and Lincoln Road. This trail helps to connect to ends of Red Run Trail.

Red Run Trail (north of Lincoln Road): Hiking only trail that connects Lincoln Road and Jugs Spring Trail.

Red Run Trail (south of Quehanna Highway): Shared-use trail that connects Quehanna Highway and Lost Run Road. Red Run Trail intersects Meeker Trail and Ralph Seeley Trail.

Riddle Road: Shared-use trail that connects the Hoover Farm Viewing Area Parking Lot and Lost Run Road.

Ridge Trail: Shared-use trail that connects a dirt logging road near Governors Road and North Run Trail. Ridge Trail intersects Allegheny Front Trail, Tram Road, Benner Run Road, POA Trail, and Rattlesnake Trail. This trail is generally an old double track road or pipeline and is popular with snowmobiles.

Ridge Trail: Part of the popular Rock Run Trails cross-country ski trail system located off of Rattlesnake Pike. Ridge Trail is also part of Allegheny Front Trail, and intersects with Headwaters Trail, Valley Trail, and Woodland Trail.

Rock Run Trails: A popular cross-country ski trail system located off of Rattlesnake Pike. Trails in this system include, Allegheny Front Trail, Headwaters Trail, Ridge Trail, Valley Trail, and Woodland Trail.

Rolling Stone Private Access: Private boat launch for West Branch Susquehanna River. It is 11 miles/5 hours to the next take-out downstream, Karthaus Access, when the Karthaus gage is at 3 feet.

Sanders Trail: Cross-country ski trail that connects Jugs Spring Trail and Archie Barr Road.

Seneca Trail: Hiking only trail that leads from Boat Lunch 1 on Westside Road and ends at Indian Trail intersection. This trail intersects Hay Road Trail and Indian Trail.

Sevinsky Trail: Hiking only trail leading away from Wykoff Run Road, upstream along Foley Draft, to a junction with Foley Trail.

Shawville Access: Boat launch for West Branch Susquehanna River. A dirt path leads behind the closed store downhill to the put-in. It is 15 miles/5 hours to the next take-out downstream, Deer Creek Bridge Access, when the Karthaus gage is at 3 feet.

Shields Dam Road: High Clearance 4wd Road that begins at a bridge intersection with Six Mile Run Road.

Shields Dam Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Shields Dam Road and Rattlesnake Pike. This trail intersects Allegheny Front Trail twice.

Shingle Mill Trail: Hiking only trail that acts as a cross connector trail for Allegheny Front Trail. Shingle Mill Trail begins below the Black Moshannon Lake Dam, at the junction with Lake Loop Trail (not noted on the Lizard Map) and follows Back Moshannon Creek downstream to meet the Allegheny Front Trail. This trail also intersects a bridge near Benner Run Road.

Ski Slope Trail: Shared-use trail that leads from the Black Moshannon State Park Beach Parking Lot to the organized group camping area. Along the way, this trail intersects the state park Ski Lodge (yep, this used to be a ski hill), Rattlesnake Pike, and Snowmobile Trail (not named on the Lizard Map).

Skunk Trail: Cross-country ski trail that connects Mud Run Road and Fairview Road near Parker Dam State Park. Skunk Trail intersects Laurel Ridge Road, and may be groomed for skiing by if conditions allow.

Sleepy Hollow Trail: Shared-use loop trail near Black Moshannon State Park camping area. This trail lies in between Cassanova Road, Rattlesnake Pike, and McCord Road.

Slide Hollow Trail: Hiking only trail that also runs in conjunction with Allegheny Front Trail. Slide Hollow Trail begins at the intersection of Six Mile Run Road and Shields Dam Road. This trail connects Hannah Furnace Road and Nason Road. This trail also intersects a parking area on Six Mile Run Road.

Smays Run Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Beaver Road and Underwood Road Parking Area to Rattlesnake Pike. Smays Run Trail is a great cross connector trail just east of Black Moshannon State Park. This trail intersects Beaver Meadow Road, Allegheny Front Trail, and Stage Coach Trail. A short spur off of Smays Run Trail leads to North Run Camping Area.


Smoke Draft Trail: Hiking only trail that intersects Quehanna Trail and Three Runs Road. This trails is generally along the plateau, although it does skirt by Smoke Draft.

Snow Shoe Rail Trail: 19-mile shared use trail open to ATV’s, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and non-motorized users. Annual permit is required: www.ssrt.org

Snow Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Moose Grade Road and Beaver Dam Trail.

South Fork Trail: Hiking only trail near S. B. Elliot State Park. This trail connects Old Sinnemahoning Trail and Doctors Fork Trail. South Fork Trail also intersects North Fork Trail.

Spurline Trail: Hiking only trail that acts as the far western connector trail for the Quehanna Trail. Spurline Trail creates a nice short loop hike including the very beginning and very end of Quehanna Trail near Parker Dam State Park.


Stage Coach Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Smays Run Trail and Rattlesnake Pike. Stage Coach Trail also intersects Underwood Road. This trail is generally an old double track road.

Star Mill Trail: Shared-use loop trail that begins at Boat Launch 4 on the southeast side of Black Moshannon Lake. This trail runs alongside the lake for a while and crosses Beaver Road twice.

Tar Kiln Spring Trail: Shared-use loop trail, which is just under four miles long. Tar Kiln Spring Trail is also part of the Rockton Mountain Trails System at the intersection of Greenwood Road and Route 322. This trail is a popular mountain bike and cross country ski loop, and intersects Kelly Cellar Loop Trail and Coupler Run Loop Trail.

Teaberry Connector Trail: A short, hiking only, connector spur trail to the Teaberry Loop Trail.

Teaberry Loop Trail: Hiking only trail that forms a loop when connected with Quehanna Trail East Cross Connector. Parking near Beaver Run Shallow Water Impoundment.

The Forks: An area along the popular Rock Run Trails cross-country ski trail system located off of Rattlesnake Pike. This area is noted by the confluence of Rock Run and Middle Branch Rock Run.

Thunder Mountain Equestrian Trail: A popular shared-use trail north of Benezette. A network of trails in this area attract equestrians, mountain bikers, and hikers to enjoy the PA elk herd.

Twister Trail: Shared-use trail that connects the Bellefonte Posse Cross Trail and #11 Trail. Twister Trail allows users to stay off of Quehanna Highway.

Valley Trail: Part of the popular Rock Run Trails cross-country ski trail system located off of Rattlesnake Pike. Valley Trail begins and ends at bridge crossings over Middle Branch Rock Run. This trail intersects with Ridge Trail, Headwaters Trail, and Woodland Trail.

Wolf Rocks Trail: Shared-use trail that connects Six Mile Run Road and Strawband Beaver Road. Wolf Rocks Trail intersects and joins Allegheny Front Trail for a short distance.

Woodland Trail: Part of the popular Rock Runs Trails cross-country ski trail system located off of Rattlesnake Pike. Woodland Trail intersects with Ridge Trail, Headwaters Trail, and Valley Trail.

Wykoff Trail: A portion of this trail is hiking only and a portion is shared-use; please refer to trail signs for proper usage. Wykoff Trail connects Hoover Farm Viewing Area Parking Lot and Wykoff Run Road. The trail intersects Ligament Trail and Big Spring Draft Trail.



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