It's a good week to take a hike
9 monthes ago - By Post Gazette
Pennsylvania Hiking Week starts Thursday and runs through June 2. The annual promotion by the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources with the Keystone Trails Association means some extra guided hikes for the public all across the state - mostly in state parks and state forests, but also in the Allegheny National Forest, on the Appalachian Trail and in community parks. At this end of the state, these include:
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