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The Frank Gantz Trail travels between Gouldsboro State Park and Tobyhanna State Park. This trail is 3.3 miles long and is blazed with red markers. The trail is through a forest of hardwoods over sometimes rocky terrain. It connects with the blue-blazed Prospect Rock Trail at the south side of Gouldsboro Lake.

Directions: From Tobyhanna, Pa, Take SR 423 north for 2.1 miles to the state park. Take the Lakeside Trail, available anywhere along the lakeshore, and hike northwest of the lake to reach the Frank Gantz Trail.

Elevation: 1,500 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Distance: 3.3 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Tobyhanna State Park, Pennsylvania

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