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Hiking in Reading, PA

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Nolde Forest is a real kids’ place. Throughout the school year the place is normally teeming with children who part... trails.com

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Other Notes: Dogs are permitted in state park day-use areas and on state park and forest trails if kept on a leash... doggoes.com

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Blue Marsh Lake

Leesport, PA

Blue Marsh Lake is a 6,100 acre-project having a 1,150-acre lake. Facilities include a day use area with swim b... recreation.gov

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This moderate hike guides you through supposedly haunted woods and boulder fields in New Jersey’s Sourland Mountain... trails.com

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- The Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center, operated by the Pennsylvania Bureau of State Parks, is dedica... wildernet.com

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Forget the history—the main event in this town is in the here and now! Welcome to Reading, the “Outlet Capital of t... trails.com

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Trek through the meadows, forests, and valleys in which the young Daniel Boone learned to hunt and survive. Bring a... trails.com

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At this 665-acre environmental education center (EEC), a series of trails help educators and students learn about n... trails.com

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4 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Nolde Forest is a real kids’ place. Throughout the school year the place is normally teeming with children who part... trails.com

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The Wyomissing Creek Trail offers a pleasant tree-lined route along its namesake waterway in West Reading. At it... traillink.com

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The Exeter Scenic River Trail follows the north shore of the Schuylkill River. The tree-lined route provides vie... traillink.com

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Nolde Forest is a real kids’ place. Throughout the school year the place is normally teeming with children who part... trails.com

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Pinnacle

Lenhartsville, PA

The Trail has a Good ascent of about 1000 feet right from the start. After you get up to the pulpit it levels of... trailpeak.com

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5 out of 5 based on 6 ratings

The Pinnacle and Pulpit Trail is the state’s best-known vista loop hike. Its proximity to Philadelphia means that o... trails.com

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TO TRAILHEAD: I-76 W to PA 10 N (exit 298) to Joanna, PA. R onto Joanna Rd.; R onto Elverson Rd.; L onto N Twin... backpacker.com

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Shelters: Windsor Furnace Shelter; sleeps 8. Eckville Shelter; sleeps 6. Allentown Shelter; sleeps 8. backpacker.com

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Locals say Bigfoot lives in the wooded foothills on this 14.7-mile segment. Take photos, if you see the hairy b... backpacker.com

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Pulpit Rock

Hamburg, PA

From the gate follow the road up to the Appalachian Trail, follow the white blazes through the switch backs the... localhikes.com

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A nice little two hour hike. From the trailhead immediately go right and follow the yellow blazes (this portion... localhikes.com

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