Turkey Path Trail: 2 miles down and back up
Trailhead at LeonardHarrisonState Park overlook. This difficult trail descends one mile to the bottom of Pine Creek Gorge. Features several waterfalls and trail connects to Pine Creek Rail Trail at the bottom. Please be aware that the canyon is a wilderness area and you must be prepared for such travel if you decide to hike on our trails. Help us keep the erosion to a minimum by staying on the trail and not taking shortcuts. Not only will you risk serious injury, but will trample fragile vegetation. It is a down and back trail. There is no bridge across Pine Creek at the bottom. A beautiful vista, one-half mile down the Turkey Path Trail, was constructed by the Youth Conservation Corps in 1978.
Shortly after the vista, there is a scenic waterfall along the path on Little Four-Mile Run. Major improvements on the Turkey Path Trail, including steps, observation decks and hand rails were completed by the Pennsylvania Conservation Corps in 1993.
Contact the park for free hiking maps at email@example.com, (570)-724-3061, 4797 Route 660, Wellsboro, PA 16901 (Note: if you put this address in your GPS you will arrive at the park via the 'scenic' route, use a map and follow Rt. 660 West 10 miles out of Wellsboro, PA, Rt. 660 dead-ends at the park).
Visit the parks webpage at www.visitPAparks.com.