Pohopoco Tract

Blakeslee, Pennsylvania

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This route is a great introductory ride to the a-“maze”-ing network of trails in this small section of state forest land. Pohopoco is a multi-use area with a vast network of trails that interlink. The area contains a few, highly visible remains of glacial deposition. You can take a short hike-a-bike side trip to one of these glacial boulder fields along the outskirts of this ride. Kettle lakes and ponds, formed by the receding ice-age glaciers, are also found here. Another larger boulder field is in the nearby Hickory Run State Park. Although there is no mountain biking at Hickory Run, there is some great hiking and camping.

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"This route is a great introductory ride to the a-“maze”-ing network of trails in this small section of state forest land. Pohopoco is a multi-use area with a vast network of trails that interlink. The area contains a few, highly visible remains of glacial deposition. You can take a short hike-a-bike side trip to one of these glacial boulder fields along the outskirts of this ride.

Kettle lakes and ponds, formed by the receding ice-age glaciers, are also found here. Another larger boulder field is in the nearby Hickory Run State Park. Although there is no mountain biking at Hickory Run, there is some great hiking and camping."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Blakeslee
Distance: 7.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Duration: 1 - 2 hours
Trailhead Elevation: 1,990 feet
Top Elevation: 2,100 feet
Local Contacts: Pennsylvania State Forest 717-783-7941
Local Maps: USGS Blakeslee, Pocono Pines; DCNR Bureau of Forestry; Delaware State Forest Map, Pohopoco ATV Trail map
Driving Directions: Directions to Pohopoco Tract

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May 2018