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Fourth Run Trail is a fairly wide trail and is the longest trail in the park. It passes through a wide variety of landscapes and habitats. Fourth Run Stream intersects the trail twice and is excellent for fishing native brook trout. Along with the stream crossings, the trail travels under the turnpike in a wide drainage culvert that floods during heavy rain. It is wise to carry a flashlight and use it through this tunnel.

Directions: From White Haven, PA, Take Interstate 80 to Exit 41. Drive east on PA 534 for 6 miles to reach the park. Park near the park office. Also, you may access the trail from Boulder Field Road or Stage Trail.

Elevation: 500 feet

Distance: 5 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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