Chuck Keiper Trail, East Loop

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Chuck Keiper Trail, East Loop is a 25.6 mile loop trail located near Beech Creek, Pennsylvania and is only recommended for very experienced outdoorsmen. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from March until November.

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jonathan barrett (440)

12 Completed12 Reviews

I've completed this trail three times. Two of them with snow (3-10 inches) and one in the spring. Every time we hiked it we went counter-clockwise. The last time was in the spring of 2011 and the trail was in dire need of maintenance. There were multiple places with severe blow down. We camp our first night at Cranberry Run. It is a great campsite under pine trees and next to a stream. The second night we spent it at the dry campsite after Pete's Run road. This is a very strenuous hike. Be sure to check out the small water fall in the last hollow after you cross 144.

Peter Horstman (100)

0 Completed1 Reviews

Good trail. Lots and lots off rocks. nice camp stops

Mark Clapps (562)

7 Completed11 Reviews

nice hike, completed almost both loops. 4 nites. Rocks on top of rocks. Saw my first fox. Cranberry swamp was cool. the colors in the fall were amazing.