Wolf Rocks Professional Review and Guide
"This is a short but “suppa-sweet” technical ride through the rugged flat, atop Laurel Hill. The topography itself is generally flat, but it’s what’s on the trail that presents the ultimate challenge. Large rocks and small boulders test your ability to negotiate through this unforgiving trail. Make sure you have plenty of tubes or a patch kit because you may flat. Tube “snakebites” aren’t the only snakebites to be wary of—Wolf Rocks is home to a number of timber rattlesnakes that occasionally glare at psychotic mountain bikers. Just respect their space and admire their awesome beauty.
Rattlesnakes are a protected species in Pennsylvania and under no circumstances should they be handled or harmed. The chances of getting bit by a rattlesnake are ten times less than of getting struck by lightning, unless of course you dance the funky-chicken in front of its den. Highlights: scenic vista, unique rock formations, killer trails riding, most technical ride in the region, Laurel Summit picnic area amenities. Tread: some of the most gnarly, rideable boulders in Pennsylvania are found here. The trail surface is all boulder, with sporadic splotches of loamy singletrack."