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I started my hike on a forest road that parallels the White Rocks Trail near Boiling Springs, PA. The forest path circled northbound around Center Point Knob and connected to the Appalachian Trail near Leidigh Road. I returned to my starting point via the AT, walking up and over Center Point Knob.
|Hike difficulty classification (link)|
|Geographic location||Boiling Springs, PA|
|Trailhead parking options||Parking area along the road: 4 cars|
|Elevation - trailhead||721'|
|Elevation - highest peak||1,095'|
|Total mileage||6.3 miles|
|Highlights||Center Point Knob is the original halfway mark on the Appalachian Trail.