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Lehman is a connector trail between the "wagon wheel" and the Tuscarora Trail (the Appalachian Trail).

One point of reference is on Blue Mountain where five trails meet like the spokes of a wheel, consequently, hikers refer to the area as "wagon wheel." Lehman is one of those trails, connecting the "wagon wheel" to the Tuscarora Trail / Appalachian Trail. It follows an old logging road across Wildcat Ridge and terminates at the head of Wildcat Hollow.

Directions: From Newville, PA, Take SR 233 for 8 miles north of Newville. Travel to the nature center. Start on Flat Rock Trail hiking to the "wagon wheel." Lehman Trail heads south from the "wagon wheel."

Elevation: 1,700 feet

Elevation Gain: 400 feet

Distance: 0.5 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Colonel Denning State Park, Pennsylvania


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