Mohican-Memorial Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"There’s simply a lot to do at Mohican-Memorial State Forest, at all times of year. There are 32 miles of trails for hikers and 22 more open to both hikers and horseback riders. Cross-country skiers use some of those in winter, while snowmobilers have a designated 8-mile route that doubles as a mountain biking path. Cyclists have another option in the form of a 24-mile loop with two trailheads built and maintained by volunteers. Some specific sites beckon visitors. The Memorial Shrine is a section of forest—complete with a sandstone chapel—set aside to honor war veterans, while Pine Run Creek is very picturesque. Clear Fork Gorge State Nature Preserve, a 29-acre tract overlooking the officially designated wild and scenic Mohican River, is home to rare nesting warblers, round-leaver orchids and some of the oldest hemlocks in the state. You can also get some very nice views by visiting the fire tower."