This Easy, .03-Mile Trail Leads To Logan Falls, One Of Pennsylvania’s Most Underrated Waterfalls

Short and sweet hikes are sometimes all we need – because we’re tired, don’t have much time, or just want to relax – to give us the fill of nature we crave. The trail to Logan Falls in Pennsylvania, perhaps the state’s most underrated waterfall, is well-worth what little time it takes to arrive at the cascading waterfall.

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Have you taken the short hike to Logan Falls in Pennsylvania? What advice do you have to offer to fellow hikers? Let us know in the comments! If you’re up for an entire day out, plan a visit to Bushkill Falls, home to eight waterfalls.

Address: Allegheny National Forest, Sheffield Township, PA 16347, USA