Backpacking Trails in Pennsylvania
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Backpacking Trails in Pennsylvania

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8 - 81 mi
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Pennsylvania has 23 backpacking trails. These trails range from 8 to 81 miles in length. The most popular trails are Which Way to Munich?, Caledonia Dreaming and Bear With Me. Trails.com member Ron M. recently completed Caledonia Dreaming.
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Where was your town on the list when Pittsburgh was rated Number 1 as a place to live ...
The Middle Delaware River region, which stretches for 40 miles between Stroudsburg and ...
Chocolate lovers, beware—this place will satiate your senses! The sweet aroma pervades ...
There are a number of highlights on this hike. The trail begins in a pristine stand of ...
Harrisburg and Hershey offer you glimpses of two eras in the historic development of South-Central ...
Forget the history—the main event in this town is in the here and now! Welcome to Reading, ...
Pennsylvania’s Pine Creek Gorge contrasts sharply with the surrounding peaceful farmland, ...
Bear Run Nature Reserve offers a rich variety of landscapes, from dramatic views of the ...
A getaway to Bucks County will take you out of the city and into lush green rolling hills, ...
The Civil War had been waged for two years when Confederate General Robert E. Lee marched ...
Philadelphia is a day trip unto itself. It’s a journey into the nation’s past, tracing ...
Over its 40-mile course, the lovely Allegheny Front Trail (AFT) passes through remarkably ...
Almost all of Potter County, Pennsylvania, was clear-cut in the late nineteenth and early ...
Beginning in 1727 the Amish, also known as the “plain people,” emigrated from Europe to ...
The romance of days gone by is present not only in stories about rum-running but also ...
Ah! Green grasses and golden crops woven around the contours of rolling hills. Dairy herds ...
Just an hour and a half from Baltimore, the small Pennsylvania Dutch town of Kutztown ...
The “City of Brotherly Love” was so proclaimed by William Penn, who believed that settlers ...
The Brandywine Valley begins along the banks of the meandering Brandywine River in southeastern ...
On this itinerary you will travel the Grand Army of the Republic Highway, named to honor ...
Rich with culture, the Brandywine Valley has become synonymous with regional art. The ...
A gentle trip suitable for new backpackers, this “lollipop loop” will take you high up ...
The Black Forest Trail (BFT)—with its sharp elevation gain, convoluted route, and wild ...
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