Details: For details on the Forest, and its 289 miles of snowmobile trail, visit the DCNR website for the Tiadaghton Forest. Snow conditions may be found at http://www.apps.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/snowmobile/northcentral.aspx
Grooming/Joint Use Roads: Tiadaghton State Forest District 12, encompasses 185.2 miles of joint use roads, though presently none are listed to be plowed for timber or oil/gas operations.
Location: The Coudy Pike Trail is located in Tiadaghton State Forest – ranging along the western side of Lycoming County and reaching north to Tioga. The Tiodaughton Forest makes up part of the Northcentral Mountain Region.