Trailing through the Allegheny National Forest

The Allegheny National Forest is Pennsylvania’s only national forest and is approximately 517,000 acres. The national forest offers an extensive series of four-season trails, over 1287km of interconnected hiking, biking, ATV and snowmobile trails, making it a perfect destination for your next outdoor adventure! In addition to outdoor adventure, there are scenic driving trails, food and wine trails, geocaching trails and shopping trails.

New at the Allegheny National Forest:


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This new skywalk is built on the historic towers of the Kinzua Viaduct and has a partial glass floor extending 155 meters and towers 69 meters high. It is located at the Kinzua Gorge at the Kinzua Bridge State Park. The admission for the “walk across the sky” is completely FREE and the park is open all year round.

New ATV rentals and guided tours at Majestic Kamps and Lost Trails. You can book a ride through the 65.9km of woodland trails and experience a wild ride through natures beauty on an ATV.

Marilla Trail System. A series of interconnected trails, located just west of Bradford. The trail highlights include White Pine Trail, Marilla Spring Trail, Marilla Rocks Trail and Bullis Hollow Trail. The new trail, Bullis Hollow, is 13.35km and is for the experienced backpacking trail enthusiast.  ANF Wildlife Watching_Deer

Fly-Fishing. Take a world class fly-fishing lesson. It’s fun for beginnings but there is also an advanced course for the experience fisherman. You learn from experts and fish in local streams.

Vintage Bi-Plane Rides. Take a tour over the Kinzua Sky Walk.

Free Fall Oz Skydiving. Stay at Oz Homestead, sleep in handcrafted bed from harvester timber from the property, enjoy breakfast and then watch or tendem skydive.

How to Get There: Located in Northwestern Pennsylvania, just south of Buffalo, the region is a quick and easy drive from Toronto. Take the QEW south to the Peace Bridge, merge onto Rt. 219 south and before you know it, you’ll arrive in Bradford, Pennsylvania— the most northern city along the New York/Pennsylvania State line.

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