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Frazier Trail is along an old logging trail traveling between Phyllis Run Trail and the National Fuel Pipeline.

Frazier Trail is an old logging trail about 1.2 miles in length. It travels east and west between Phyllis Run Trail and the National Fuel Pipeline that bisects Clear Creek Trail. The west end of the trail is very steep as it climbs almost to the top of the hills that tower over clear Creek Stream. Large red oak trees are found in this area.

Directions: From Brookville, PA, Take SR 36 north about 8 miles and turn right (east) onto SR 949. Take it north about 5 miles to the state park. Travel the main park road to the first parking area on your left. Begin on Phyllis Trail hiking about .35 mile to reach the intersection with Frazier Trail.

Elevation: 500 feet

Distance: 1.2 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Clear Creek State Park, Pennsylvania

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