AT PA Center Point Knob and Forest Road

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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.

Honeysuckles line the trail on the farmland near Leidigh Road.
Hike difficulty classification (link)
Geographic locationBoiling Springs, PA
Trailhead parking optionsParking area along the road: 4 cars
Trail amenitiesNone
Elevation - trailhead721'
Elevation - highest peak1,095'
Elevation gain1,014'
Total mileage6.3 miles
Water sourcesNone
HighlightsCenter Point Knob is the original halfway mark on the Appalachian Trail.
The Center Point Knob monument

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