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Good luck finding any worthwhile trails anywhere in the Poconos. Years ago there were lots of great really long trails.. Miles and miles of em.. Those days are long gone now.. I think it has to do with the Anly retentive NY metro people buying up all the land over the past couple of decades.. We can't even go hiking up there any more because of the stench they brought with them..
 

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Not sure what level of difficulty you're looking for, but when I just want to put some mud on my bone-stock 4 banger TJ I'll take out a PA roadmap and look for dashed-line roads in rural sectors. They're usually fire roads and unpopulated. The fire road to the top of Forkston Mountain near Tunkanhannock is one that comes to mind. If you find anything good I'd love to hear about it. Good luck!
 

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Rubicondon53 said:
Good luck finding any worthwhile trails anywhere in the Poconos. Years ago there were lots of great really long trails.. Miles and miles of em.. Those days are long gone now.. I think it has to do with the Anly retentive NY metro people buying up all the land over the past couple of decades.. We can't even go hiking up there any more because of the stench they brought with them..
Def agree with don, I grew up going to poconos every summer, don't even recognize it anymore.
 

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bittercritter said:
Def agree with don, I grew up going to poconos every summer, don't even recognize it anymore.
Around worlds end state park there are some cool trails to get lost on. Idk if that's considered poconos but just thought I would mention it.
 
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