Quehanna Trail System

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Quehanna Trail System
Quehanna Trail 1.jpg
Length 75 mi (121 km)
Location Cameron / Clearfield / Elk counties, Pennsylvania, USA
41°11′33″N 78°30′14″W / 41.1925593°N 78.5039106°W / 41.1925593; -78.5039106[1]Coordinates: 41°11′33″N 78°30′14″W / 41.1925593°N 78.5039106°W / 41.1925593; -78.5039106[1]
Designation Pennsylvania DCNR Trail
Trailheads Parker Dam State Park
Use Hiking
Hiking details
Season Year-round
Sights Wild Cat Rock

The Quehanna Trail is a 75-mile (121 km) hiking trail in Pennsylvania. It forms a loop through the Moshannon State Forest and Elk State Forest.

The trail is marked with orange blazes. Its western end and primary start/end point is located in Parker Dam State Park.

There are two connector trails offering 30 miles (48 km) of additional hiking in the Quehanna Wild Area and are marked with blue blazes.


  1. ^ "Quehanna Trail". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. December 1, 1989. Retrieved July 17, 2017.

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