Explore Ruins On The Picturesque Lock Ridge Furnace Park Loop Trail In Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania’s many hiking trails give us a glimpse into nature, wildlife, and the state’s rich history. You never know, in fact, what you’re going to discover when you set off on a trail. The Lock Ridge Furnace Park Loop Trail in Pennsylvania, for example, boasts an abundance of natural beauty and a peek at the remains of what used to be a coal-burning iron furnace. (You really have to see them in person to appreciate their sheer beauty.)

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Have you followed the Lock Ridge Furnace Park Loop Trail in Pennsylvania? Share your experience in the comments! For another short but sweet trail that takes you behind a waterfall, set off on Mister Rogers Pathway to Buttermilk Falls.

Address: Lock Ridge Park and Furnace Museum, 525 Franklin St, Alburtis, PA 18011, USA