Located on the western side of the Allegheny National Forest, this trail extends north to south, parallel to the Allegheny River from the town of Tidioute to Grove Run. The trail retains much of the wilderness appeal of the surrounding forest and includes a waterfall, a valley of ferns and a variety of spring wildflowers. The trail is periodically closed to protect eagle nesting habitat. Check with Allegheny National Forest contact for current status.
Parking and Trail Access
NO SOUTHERN ENTRANCE OR EXIT
I know this trail very well as I am on it almost every week. Trail users need to know that there is no entrance or exit on the southern end. The northern end and the only entrance is behind the Tidioute sewage treatment plant at the lower end of town. ...
My Review of the Tidioute Trek and Rec Trail
day hiker 5361
Duchess and I hiked the Tidioute Trek and Rec Trail yesterday on 9/05/2012. The trail was also called the Tidioute Bird Trail by the forest service and a sign listed the many types of birds that “birders” have seen in the past. We saw some ducks, about ...
great for hiking, ok for mt bikes
My family did 3 miles of this trail in june 2010 on our mt bikes pulling a bike trailer with our 3 year old. Trail is ok, there was one spot were a tree had fallen over on the path. grass and weeds got kind of high in a few spots. there is a nice little ...