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Old 02-26-2020, 09:17 PM   #4
DSettahr
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One other tid-bit I forgot to mention: You can get free visitor-use maps for each state forest sent to you in the mail by contacting that state forest's headquarters office. The maps show the designated state forest trails (and associated side trails) and while the scale isn't great for actual on-the-ground navigation they are nevertheless another good resource for trip planning.

I'd also recommend ordering a copy of KTA's Guide to Hiking Trails in Pennsylvania Map (located midway down the page). This is a map of the full state of PA that shows every long-distance trail. It's not at all something you'd use to navigate (or even plan the finer details of a trip), but it's nevertheless a really great resource for seeing what is available and where. If you're trying to democratically pick something that results in roughly even driving times for everyone, it will be a huge help in that regard also.
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