Pahaquarry Trail (Blue Blaze)

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Length: 1.7 miles, one-way
Difficulty: Difficult
Blaze: Blue
Elevation Change: 1201 feet
Trailhead Location: 0.5 mile via the Dunnfield Creek Natural Area trailhead | directions to Dunnfield Creek Natural Area trailhead

The Pahaquarry Trail (Blue Blaze) is one of two trails that lead to the outstanding view looking into the Delaware Water Gap from Mt. Tammany. This hike is one of the most challenging in the park. Combining the Pahaquarry Trail (Blue Blaze) with the Mt. Tammany Trail (Red Dot) makes a three-mile loop trail. If making a loop hike, consider hiking up the Mt. Tammany Trail (Red Dot) and down the Blue Blaze Trail, because most people find it easier to hike up the Mt. Tammany Trail (Red Dot), rather than up the Pahaquarry Trail (Blue Blaze). Over twenty miles of trail can be connected together in the Worthington State Forest area to fill the entire day.

Other Information: restroom located at trailhead; the trailhead parking lot fills quickly on summer weekends; more information about Worthington State Forest

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Last updated: August 17, 2021

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