The Tom Tinker Trail at Kane Woods Nature Area in Scott Township, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.6 mile out-and-back trail that leads from the main parking area over to the eastern portion of the Liberty Trail. This trail is likely the most scenic trail at Kane Woods and runs directly along a creek with small slate rock waterfalls.
The trail is essentially flat, until you reach where two main creeks merge to form one creek - there's also a bench at this intersection. You'll cross the creek on a wooden bridge, but at the creek junction, there's no bridge - you may need to hike through a small amount of water depending on the time of year.
Dogs are allowed, but no biking.
Note: This trail is listed as 0.6 miles out-and-back; however, it's really just a 0.3 mile one-way trail. If you plan to hit each trail at Kane Woods in one day, you'll likely end up hiking one of the trails out-and-back since there's an odd number of trails to form a loop.
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