Summary: The trail is mostly flat with a lot of rocks on the trail. Boots with good ankle support is reccomended for this hike. The point of this hike is to take you to the lookout at the rocks and then back. There are several x-trails but as long as you continue straight on this trail you will have no problem. Once you get to the rocks you can do some scrambling but as always be careful.
In the winter and if there is enough snow this trail is also part of x-country ski trails.
Trailhead: Parking for the start of this hike is located in Forbes State Forest off the Linn Run Rd in the Picnic Area. Go to the back of the lot and look to the left for thr trail sign Wolf Rocks. (Lat:40.11849 Lon:-79.17632)
Trail Guides for Wolf Rocks Trail:
Best Seasons: Fall, Summer, Winter,
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes,
Ranger Contact: DCNR
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Ben Brinton, who has posted 1 other hike on this site
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Reviewed by Amy on 10/25/2007
When I was eight and nine my dad used to take my brother and I to Wolf Rocks Trail. It's a wonderful place to see the leaves and the rocks are AMAZING. They are huge, building sized rocks that you can climb up and even though they have graffiti sprayed all over them, they are still great. You can climb between the rocks, too which can be a little claustorphobic but still, this is one of my best childhood memories!
Reviewed by Drew on 6/4/2007
I really enjoyed this hike very much...quite a reward to the end. However I don't know if I would call this an easy hike. More like intermediate in my opinion but non the less what a great trail and a great view!
Reviewed by us ranger on 3/19/2004
very easy hike, the views are worth the few hours it takes to hike. so far, one of my top day hikes.
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