Best Places for Hiking in Philadelphia

Ridley Creek State Park

One of the best things about hiking in Philadelphia is that you don't have to venture too far out of town to find some interesting trails.

Valley Forge Park

Valley Forge Park also offers the chance to mix historical exploration with natural splendor. The park is home to several trails.

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary

For wildlife fans and birdwatchers visiting Philadelphia, the Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is a must-visit. Located in Kempton, about an hour and a half from Philadelphia.

Ricketts Glen State Park

About two and a half hours from the city, a trip to Ricketts Glen State Park is a bigger commitment than some urban parks.

Wissahickon Valley Park

If you prefer to stay close to the city on your trip to Philadelphia, Wissahickon Valley Park is the perfect place to visit. located in north philadelphia.

Tohickon Valley Park

About an hour from downtown Philadelphia, Tohicon Valley Park is home to impressive rock formations that make a trip here worthwhile. High Rocks Trail has two trailheads.

Ralph Stover State Park

Like nearby Tohicon Valley Park, Ralph Stover provides access to the popular High Rocks Trail overlooking Tohicon Creek. This park is smaller than its neighbor.

Schuylkill River Trail

Winding its way through East Fairmount Park, the Schuylkill River Trail is an urban route that provides some of the best views in all of Philadelphia.

Pinnacle Trail

Experienced hikers who want to test themselves while in Philadelphia could do much worse than to explore the Pinnacle Trail. located in kempton.

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge

Located close to the Philadelphia International Airport, the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge was America's first urban nature refuge.

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