The Pine Trail at Tioga State Forest near Morris, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.4-mile out-and-back trail that connects the West Rim Trail (WRT) to West Rim Rd.
This short trail does not have anything to see or any interesting features, but it's an easy hike to connect into this section of the WRT. The trail follows yellow blazes until it reaches its eastern terminus where the blazes turn to orange along the WRT.
Backpackers can technically camp along this trail, but there are no designated campsites. Follow the rules and regulations of the state forest when camping near trails.
The parking area for this trail is not really existent, but cars can pull over on West Rim Rd to allow other vehicles to pass, since there's enough room to park alongside the road. Do not block the gate to the trail.
Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste must be carried out by the hiker.
Winter Road Conditions
Tioga State Forest does not maintain this road during the winter. Do not attempt driving on this road without proper equipment including snow tires and/or chains unless the road is clear. High wind storms may also cause trees to fall across the road, making the road impassible. If you plan to visit during the winter, plan accordingly.
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