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This 2.5 mile trail begins at the "wagon wheel" of trails and follows along the northeastern side of a mountain ridge.

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." Warner is one of those trails. This 2.5 mile trail starts from the "wagon wheel" and follows along the northeast side of the ridge which overlooks the park. The trail then crosses over the ridge to the southern exposure and meets the Tuscarora Trail (Appalachian Trail). This is a moderate hiking trail with short sections of steep slope.

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." Warner Trail heads northeast from the "wagon wheel."

Elevation: 1,700 feet

Elevation Gain: 300 feet

Distance: 2.5 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Colonel Denning State Park, Pennsylvania

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