The Unforgettable Hiking Trails In Pennsylvania That Will Take You To A Tunnel of Trees

Slip away for the day — or a weekend — for an unforgettable hiking adventure at Cook Forest State Park. Hidden within the 8,500-acre state park, Forest Cathedral Natural Area boasts a spectacular display of hemlock and pine trees, some 200 feet tall. Embark on one of these hiking trails in Pennsylvania to experience the National Natural Landmark for yourself.

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Cook Forest State Park
113 River Road
Cooksburg, PA 16217
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Have you ever hiked along these hiking trails in Pennsylvania? Which was your favorite way to experience the Forest Cathedral Natural Area? Click here to read about 10 other amazing hiking trails in Pennsylvania.