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Woodburn Trail begins along SR 233 one mile south of the park office and travels to the "wagon wheel."

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." Woodburn is one of those trails. Hiking this trail is moderate to rugged with a steep grade. The trail begins 1 mile south of the park office along SR 233 and terminates at the "wagon wheel."

Directions: From Newville, PA, Take SR 233 for 7 miles north of Newville. Trail begins along SR 233, one mile south of the park office, near a large pull-off.

Elevation: 1,700 feet

Elevation Gain: 900 feet

Distance: 1.6 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Colonel Denning State Park, Pennsylvania

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