Cowbell Hollow Professional Review and Guide
"It’s trails like these that breed hard-core riders. Located in the heart of the 200,000-acre Bald Eagle State Forest, this ride winds its way over ridge and valley, offering hundreds of feet of vertical climbing. The forest tract received its name from the famous American Indian Chief Bald Eagle, of the Munsee tribe. Woapalanne, as he was known among his people, led war parties from the “Nest” (formerly named Bald Eagles Nest but now known as Milesburg) against settlements in the West Branch of the Susquehanna Valley.
Highlights: classic ridge and valley technical riding, remote woodland trails, Cooper Mill Vista, state park amenities, which include swimming and fishing in the spring-fed-lake, camping, nature trails, and an awesome environmental educational center for learning more about the flora and fauna of Pennsylvania. Tread: outstanding woodland singletrack, rocky old woods road, and a few dirt forest roads."