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Old 05-05-2017, 01:09 PM   #1
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Dayhiking at Worlds End State Park


Worlds End is well known for its beautiful scenery and many miles of scenic hiking trails. The park features waterfalls, vistas, big rocks, and the twisting gorge of the Loyalsock Creek. A few weeks ago, we did two great loops at this beautiful park.* One was the Sawtooth-Link Trail loop. I've been on the unofficial Sawtooth Trail before and it is a gem as it follows the top of triangular ledges of whitish bedrock. The other was a new yellow trail connecting the Butternut Trail to the*Loyalsock Trail at High Rock Run, so you can now hike a great loop.* There were a couple of*waterfalls and lots of wildflowers.

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Old 05-16-2017, 08:31 AM   #2
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Nice photos. I remember when we did the Loyalsock-Link Loop that the Link Trail passed through some nice evergreen forests atop the plateau. It made for some serene and peaceful hiking.
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