Don’t Let These Stunning Views Fool You, Shuman Point Blue Trail In Pennsylvania Is Actually An Easy Hike

Nestled among the astounding backdrop of the 2,400-square-mile Pocono Mountains, you’ll find the 5,700-acre Lake Wallenpaupack. The lake is an extremely popular place for swimming, boating, fishing, and other recreation along its shores. But there is a section of it in the town of Hawley that has not been developed. At the Shuman Point Natural Area and its 3.5-mile Shuman Point Blue Trail, you can take in the scenery and surroundings along the northeastern part of the lake without all the tourists and activity. And most importantly, without all the work of a strenuous hike!

If the hike gets to be too much for you or you just want to take a moment, not to worry. There are plenty of different spots along the way where you can sit and take in the surroundings.

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Address: Shuman Point Hiking Trail, 1237 Purdytown Turnpike, Lakeville, PA 18438, USA

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