Wolf Rocks Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The A.T. in Pennsylvania is said to be where old boots go to die, because the rocky trail is so tough on them (and feet). Wolf Rocks, which offers a view of Cherry Valley below, is one of the rockiest spots on the A.T. However, the worst of the rocks are west of the section you will be hiking. Be careful following the blazes at Wolf Rocks. If you wander off the Trail, all of the rocks start to look alike, and it can be difficult to find the Trail again.
From PA 191 in Fox Gap, hike south on the A.T. and cross under a telephone line in 0.25 mile. Hike another 0.5 mile to where the Trail joins a woods road, and follow it 0.6 mile. After leaving the woods road, hike 0.25 mile to Wolf Rocks. The return hike is back down the A.T. to Fox Gap on PA 91."