An Allegheny Almanac

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Hiking in and around the Allegheny Wilderness
the area's most popular,
for all abilities, with
spectacular fall vistas

There are five waterfalls
in the Allegheny
National Forest

Hickory Creek
One of the few
remaining stands of old
growth forest in the east

Trails Overview
take your pick
Hiking at the Rimrock Trail in the Allegheny National Forest
Winter Hiking

Jakes Rocks
excellent view of Kinzua
Dam, Geologic
formations, and
Allegheny Plateau

Kinzua Bridge
built before the Eiffel
Tower this 10-story high
bridge was the highest in
the world

Wilderness Islands
from Warren to Tidioute
accessible only by canoe,

Tidioute Overlook
nice view of wilderness

North Country Trail
largest trail in area, still
being developed
Weekend hikes with the
Allegheny Outdoor Club
Now in its 40th year, this is
a northwestern
Pennsylvania group of
outdoor enthusiasts based
out of Russell.
Allegheny Outdoor
a group of
environmentally conscious
"explorers" interested in trips that
might include, but not limited to:
caving, hiking, backpacking,
camping, mountain biking,
canoing, kayaking, rafting,
tubing, rock exploring, rock
climbing, rappelling, swimming,
sunbathing, snorkeling, winter
camping, orienteering, bird
watching, X-Country skiing and
Geocaching in the Allegheny
National Forest & Allegany State
Park Areas.
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