Cross-Country Skiing Trails in Pennsylvania
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Cross-Country Skiing Trails in Pennsylvania

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1 - 13 mi
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Pennsylvania has 36 cross-country skiing trails. These trails range from 1.7 to 13.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Charles F. Lewis Natural Area: Rager Mountain Trail Loop Trail, Cook Forest State Park and Yellow Creek State Park—Damsite Trail. Trails.com member Billy S. recently completed Grove Run Trail-Linn Run State Park.
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Wolf Rocks Trail is a hiking trail in Somerset County and Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania. ...
A steep initial hike affords views of waterfalls cascading down Clark Run and leads to ...
Presque Isle Bike Path is a hiking and biking trail in Millcreek Township, Pennsylvania. ...
This hike takes you into the Clarion River Valley and alongside the dark waters of the ...
As hidden as any park can be in one of the state’s most populous counties, Harrison Hills ...
There are some strenuous climbs as the trail makes its way alongside a stream, past a ...
The slightly more rugged of the two loops that make up the John P. Saylor Trail, this ...
Tussey Mountain Extension Trail is a hiking trail in Centre County, Pennsylvania. It is ...
This is a fairly easy hike—it has just one challenging climb— and can be combined with ...
There are a number of highlights on this hike. The trail begins in a pristine stand of ...
This hike uses a number of trails that are part of the Mountain Streams trail system in ...
Mount Davis is the highest point in Pennsylvania, 3,213 feet above sea level. Don’t expect ...
This is an easy to moderate hike, with lots of wildlife—notably, white-tailed deer, gray ...
Ryerson is a pleasant hike in a small park. If you’re looking to get away from the crowds ...
This is an easy hike through stands of white birch, mountain laurel, and meadows teeming ...
This loop hike in Laurel Hill State Park is a very pleasant one, winding through a maturing ...
Since its dedication on July 4, 1976, Yellow Creek State Park has become immensely popular ...
This hike can be challenging if you do it end to end at one time. The Lake Trail portion, ...
Beginning at a neat little covered bridge, this is an easy hike along a gated road that ...
The North Country National Scenic Trail is a behemoth of a footpath, winding though seven ...
This easy hike leads you through a 120-acre parcel of old-growth forest—giant hemlocks ...
This hike uses a challenging, little-known cross-country skiing trail to take you across ...
The Yough River Trail is part of the Great Allegheny Passage, a 150-mile rail trail connecting ...
This is a relatively easy hike along a gated road on State Game Lands 302 on the border ...
This loop hike through Frick Park involves only a few hills and will allow you to see ...
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