This list represents the most popular trails in Pennsylvania. Use this list to plan your next Pennsylvania outdoor trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.
#1 Lehigh Gorge
White Haven, PA
There aren’t many finer things in life than a picnic lunch ride down the Lehigh Gorge on a sunny day in the middle of the ...
#2 Ricketts Glen State Park Campground
Red Rock, PA
Ricketts Glen is one of the most heavily visited parks in the northern tier of Pennsylvania—and for a number of good reasons. ...
#3 Lehigh Gorge State Park
Jim Thorpe, PA
The Lehigh Valley railroad parallels the Lehigh River through the stunning and scenic Lehigh River Gorge. The Lehigh Gorge ...
#4 Tanglewood Ski Area
Overlooking Lake Wallenpaupack in the Pocono Mountains, Tanglewood Ski Area has hosted family and novice skiers each for ...
#5 Big Boulder - Jack Frost Ski Resort
With modest plateaus and sporadic snowfall, Pennsylvania’s Pocono region hardly seemed the right place to follow on the heels ...
#6 Lake Redman
William Kain County Park’s 1,675 acres include two beautiful lakes, Lake William and Lake Redman. The lands surrounding these ...
#7 Fairmount Park Forbidden Drive
Chestnut Hill, PA
This is a great beginner ride that's suitable for the entire family. Your ride starts from the parking area on Bells Mills ...
This ride is a very pretty one. The fields are green and surrounded by woodland. In the spring, the pink blossoms of the ...
#9 Stony Valley Rail -Trail
In addition to the historic Stony Valley Railroad, this ride also passes by the ruins of the old ghost town of Rausch Gap. ...
#10 Blue Marsh Lake
I could rave all day about this fantastic loop around Blue Marsh Lake. It's easily one of the best rides around. The singletrack ...
#11 Wicked Wissahickon Valley
This is a stellar ride that offers some nice singletrack in the heart of the city. Proximity to the city has both advantages ...
#12 Delaware Canal Path
Dedicated as a National Heritage Trail, the Delaware Canal Path is an outstanding reminder of our American history and heritage. ...
#13 The Grand Canyon
The Pine Creek Gorge, or the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, as it is more notably called, is truly a remarkable place. The ...
#14 Jim Thorpe - Lehigh Gorge State Park Trail
The Lehigh Gorge is steep and access is difficult. No roads cross the river for 19 miles. Building the railroad was a difficult ...
#15 Raystown Lake: Susquehannock Campground
Raystown Lake is a beautiful area that lies at the western edge of the Valley and Ridge topography of central Pennsylvania. ...
#16 Lancaster County Covered Bridges
Lancaster County leads the nation in the covered-bridge category, with twenty-four bridges still in use. This ride takes ...
#17 Switchback Gravity Railroad
This outstanding, classic ride covers a huge section of the historic Switchback Gravity Railroad. Built in the early 1800s, ...
#18 Montage Mountain Ski Area
Montage opened its slopes in 1984 as a private, nonprofit corporation, run by a volunteer board of directors with hopes of ...
#19 Karamac–Dunnfield Creek Loop Trail
This trail has the best of both worlds for you and your dog—solitude in quiet, almost undisturbed nature on one side of the ...
#20 Camelback Ski Resort
Big Pocono Ski Area opened way back in 1950–51, running sporadically for four years before hurricanes Connie and Diane shut ...
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