Ohiopyle State Park: Our Top 3 Hiking Trails
Our Top Three Favorite Hiking Trails in Ohiopyle State Park
When we’re not on the water or pedaling somewhere, we love to hit the trails in Ohiopyle State Park. At 20,500 acres, it is the largest land-based park in Pennsylvania and contains more than 75 miles of trails. It’s the gateway to the Laurel Highlands, with the Youghiogheny River at the heart. While most folks might be familiar with the Great Gorge Trail or the Ferncliff Trails, there are so many more trails and park to explore. We’ve picked our top three for your hiking pleasure. Let us know which ones you like best!
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Jonathan Run Trail
Spring time is ideal for taking this easy hike with plenty of waterfalls. This 1.7-mile stroll through wooded areas and past numerous small waterfalls introduces you to the beauty of Ohiopyle State Park. It even connects with the Great Allegheny Passage! Access the trail from Holland Hill Road.