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Kiesters Hill

Average Rating:    (3.5 of 5)

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This trail has a nice creek crossing with several logs to jump. It runs along the ridge of a mountain. There are several interconnecting trails here. There is an awesome downhill descent here too.
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Trail Directions
Head south on Route 220 until past towanda until you reach Patton Hill Road, then turn right. Go about 3 miles up this road and turn left onto Hettich Road. Go about 2 miles until you come to a 90 degree turn in the road. Here there is a large grassy clearing, this is the trailhead.
Trail Length
2 miles
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Review Date
June 28, 2003

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: Brad , from State College, org. Rome

If your into getting into no where, head to the southern part of the county to the state game lands. You can get yourself 30 miles from the closest human. There is 100ds of thousands of acres out there. Mainly covered in logging roads. If you get to the top of the mountains like Kelloge you can go forever on relitivly flat trails. Just be sure to bring real good maps and a gps, compasses are no good, the mts are all rock with lots of iron. Great opertunities to see bear, and many other furry animals, and maybe a Mt Lion. Don't go it alone either. There is definitly great oppertunities there, but seeing there is no mt biking community in the area you won't be seeing any other people out there. But be very sure to have more then one map and back up guidance. You will be very far from anything. Also it's much colder on top of the mts then down below, don't be fooled.

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never new this was here, but seriously, towanda, I grew up in rome, I don't think the area classifies as an area for mountain biking.

Other recommended trails in the same area:
If you want to play it safer, head up to sunfish pond and start of from there. It's a county park. I've never taken my mt bike into these parts, just went hiking and hunting. Good chance your mt biking were no one else has.

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Review Date
May 17, 1999

Overall Rating
 3 of 5

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Reviewed by: Adam , from Towanda, PA, USA

Short but sweet.

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