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Seneca Trail is a connector trail traveling between the first set of cabins and Indian Trail.

The Seneca Trail travels between the first cabin area and over to Indian Trail. It is an easy trail only .8 mile long one-way. By traveling Indian Trail south, you may reach the Moss-Hanne Trail and view a mountain area wetland.

Directions: From Philipsburg, PA, Travel SR 504 east about 9 miles to the state park. Once you enter the park, take your first right into the cabin area. Trail begins at the end of this road.

Elevation: 500 feet

Difficulty: Easy

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Black Moshannon State Park, Pennsylvania

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