Neversink North Trail

Reading, Pennsylvania 19606

Distance1.9mi
Elevation Gain731ft
Trailhead Elevation553ft
Top841ft
Elevation Min/Max366/841ft
Elevation Start/End553/560ft

Neversink North Trail

Neversink North Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Reading, Pennsylvania. It is 1.9 miles long and begins at 553 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.8 miles with a total elevation gain of 731 feet. The Information Placard information, the Rocky Cliffs yes, the Water Tower water tower, and the Pavilion Parking can be seen along the trail. There are also woods and cliffs along the trail. The trail ends near the WRFY-FM Radio Tower and Neversink Mountain (elevation 879 feet). This trail connects with the following: Highland Trail, West Valley Trail, West Woodland Trail and Promenade Trail.

Neversink North Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"This area is a lovely natural retreat and offers a hefty uphill climb to enjoy the views from the top of Neversink Mountain. Witch’s Hat Pavilion is what remains of Neversink Mountain Hotel and, despite some graffiti, is a nice place to have a picnic lunch. This is a strenuous hike. Most of your time is spent going uphill.

Since this is an out-and-back hike, you’ll retrace your steps all the way back. The trek down will be much quicker because it is almost entirely downhill. Keep your eye out for markers and blazes to guide you back to the parking area."

"Neversink is a 900-acre mountain with a trail system hugged on the south by the Schuylkill River and on the north by the city of Reading. The preserve allows hikers to feel far from the city by exploring the 500 acres of protected land with scenic vistas of Mount Penn and Reading."

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Trail Information

Reading
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Dog-friendly
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610-372-4992; berksnature.org /trails
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Jul 2018