Chimney Rocks Professional Review and Guide
"The Michaux State Forest received its name from the French botanist Andre Michaux, who explored this area extensively in the late 1800s. With over 82,000 acres spanning three counties, Michaux offers the outdoor enthusiast lots of places to explore. The trailhead is located across from Pennsylvania’s oldest tree nursery, which was started in 1902 and still produces 2 million trees annually.
Highlights: Chimney Rocks and vista, Snowy Mountain Fire Tower, Hermitage Cabin near the Appalachian Trail, Climbing Rock outcrop, spring along the ride, scenic woodland fire road riding. Tread: the majority of this ride is on state forest dirt roads. But 1.5 miles of sweet, switchbackin' singletrack drops off from the Chimney Rocks Vista and is peppered with smooth, rounded rocks-a nice break from the fast, flat fire roads."