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Lumber Trail is a portion of a snowmobile trail which runs from the Kinzua Dam area to Marienville. The first portion of the trail is very easy with little grade. It uses an abandoned logging road as its base and evidence of the lumbering activity is still to be seen along the length of the trail. It is suitable for hikers of all ages. It is .4 miles long with red blazes.

Directions: From Warren, PA, Take US 6 south for about 5 miles turning right (west) onto Chapman Dam Road. Follow this road to the park. After entering the park travel to the road on the south side of the lake. About mid way down on the left, the trail begins. Parking is available either before and after the trail.

Elevation: 500 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Distance: 0.4 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Chapman State Park, Pennsylvania

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