Pennsylvania has approximately 6,000 miles of trails on state lands, the Allegheny National Forest, state game lands and trails on private land open to the public. Opportunities range from scenic trails through the woods, to straightaway runs on roadways, to large, open spaces. Trails open the day after the last day of Pennsylvania’s regular or extended rifle deer season and close April 1, or earlier as determined by the district forester.
Local club information and a state map can be found HERE.
State Game Commission trails are limited in access. Check with the State Game Commission website for additional information.
Watch videos from Snow Trails TV – see trail videos for Somerset, McKean, Cameron and Forest counties.