A mist enveloped Pine Creek valley as we headed north on Route 44 through a light rain---a touch daunting as the temperature was in the upper 30s. We were headed to one of the many small streams in the “Wilds” that perhaps one in a hundred area residents have even heard of---let alone hiked. We traveled through Waterville, soon crossing the creek and continued on 44 toward the Black Forest. About two miles past the bridge, we parked in a very narrow space along Upper Pine Bottom Run. A sign nearby announced the beginning the Ott Fork Trail...
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About a mile above Waterville on route 44, just before the bridge over Pine Creek, a spacious parking lot extends north from the road, ostensibly to serve those hiking or biking this delightful, more remote section of Rails to Trail. We arrived for an alternate reason, to ascend Huntley Mt via a northern segment of the Tiadaghton Trail--- for us, a virgin path.
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Mid July is a fine time to ascend Smith's, especially circling northeast along the magnificent mini-cascades of Painters run before joining the Loyalsock Trail for the final push up the Knob. This time of year, the Run was low enough for relatively easy crossings while offering views of lush green moss and ferns and now and then, surprisingly vivid collections of Bee Baum. It is also provides a more moderate elevation gain as opposed to a frontal assault on the Knob directly up the LT.
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A mist enveloped Pine Creek valley as we headed north on Route 44 through a light rain---a touch daunting as the temperature was in the upper 30s. We were headed to one of the many small streams in the “Wilds” that perhaps one in a hundred area residents have even heard of---let alone hiked. We traveled through Waterville, soon crossing the creek and continued on 44 toward the Black Forest. About two miles past the bridge, we parked in a very narrow space along Upper Pine Bottom Run. A sign nearby announced the beginning the Ott Fork Trail...
Read More...
About a mile above Waterville on route 44, just before the bridge over Pine Creek, a spacious parking lot extends north from the road, ostensibly to serve those hiking or biking this delightful, more remote section of Rails to Trail. We arrived for an alternate reason, to ascend Huntley Mt via a northern segment of the Tiadaghton Trail--- for us, a virgin path.
Read More...
Mid July is a fine time to ascend Smith's, especially circling northeast along the magnificent mini-cascades of Painters run before joining the Loyalsock Trail for the final push up the Knob. This time of year, the Run was low enough for relatively easy crossings while offering views of lush green moss and ferns and now and then, surprisingly vivid collections of Bee Baum. It is also provides a more moderate elevation gain as opposed to a frontal assault on the Knob directly up the LT.
Read More...

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