The Main Lookout Trail at Leonard Harrison State Park in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.3-mile out-and-back trail that leads to an amazing lookout point above the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania.
This trail starts at the main parking lot at the park and runs south following the fence with various overlook points along the way. The trail is mostly flat, with stairs near the end that lead to the best lookout point; however, you really do not need to walk very far for a view.
Accessible: The trail is wheelchair accessible for almost the entire length, except for the few staircases near the end.
Pets: Dogs are allowed on leash and their waste must be carried out.
Parking: Parking can be found at the large parking lot at the parking coordinates provided. This is a very popular spot, so be prepared to share the view on weekends. Weekday evenings and mornings are a lot quieter.
Water: There's a small gift shop located near the parking area where you can also buy water. I did not look for a water fountain, but there may be one available too.
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