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Longfellow Trail

1.4 Miles
Easy
2
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Trail added on:
March 19, 2016
Updated on:
August 23, 2020

Dogs (leashed)

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PA Wilds PA Wilds

The Longfellow Trail in Cook Forest State Park, PA, is a great easy 1.4 mile one-way hike through an old growth forest called the Cathedral Forest.

This trail leads into parts of the Cathedral Forest with just evergreens and moss across the forest floor. Some trees grow over and on top of massive boulders, with roots reaching into the ground below.

This is just a very unique trail and one of the best hiking trails in Cook Forest State park.

Pets: Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste must be carried out.


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Surface Type

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Seasons

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41.346401, -79.219101

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269 '

Total Change
258 '

Ascent
303 '

Descent
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1.4 miles
Trail added
March 19, 2016
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August 23, 2020
1.5 miles
March 12, 2016
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