Golden Eagle Trail
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|Golden Eagle Trail|
Raven's Horn Vista, Tiadaghton State Forest, Lycoming County, along the Golden Eagle Trail.
|Length||9 mi (14 km)|
|Location||Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Trail difficulty||Strenuous |
The Golden Eagle Trail is a 9-mile (14 km) circuit trail located in Tiadaghton State Forest in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. The trail falls mostly within the boundaries of Wolf Run Wild Area, one of 16 designated wild areas in the Pennsylvania state forest system. Constructed by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the Waterdale Youth Group, the trail is blazed in orange and is known for its many vistas overlooking Pine Creek Gorge.
- "Golden Eagle Trail". Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Retrieved March 12, 2014.
- "Golden Eagle an Bob Webber Hiking Trails, Tiadaghton State Forest, Lycoming County" (PDF). Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Retrieved March 12, 2014.
- Tom Thwaites (2001). 50 Hikes in Central Pennsylvania: Day Hikes and Backpacking Trips, Fourth Edition (50 Hikes Series). Countryman Press. ISBN 9780881504750.
- Golden Eagle Trail, Keystone Trails Association
- Golden Eagle Trail, PA Hikes
- Trail Guide
- Virtual Hike on the Golden Eagle Trail
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