Logan Falls, Pennsylvania

Logan Falls has a trail that leads down to it that is 1.7 miles long (there and back) that is located in Howe Twp, Pennsylvania. The trail to the falls is rated as moderate and is used primarily for hiking, nature trips, birding, and is used best from April to September.  If you take your dog with you, it’d be a good idea to keep them on a leash.

To get to Logan Falls trailhead from Warren, take Route 6 through Sheffield. At Barnes turn right on Route 666. Cross a bridge over Tionesta Creek, toward Marienville, which puts you on Blue Jay Road. After 1.2 miles take a sharp right onto FR 128 and follow as the road ascends the mountain. After 5.2 miles you will reach Deadman Corners, an intersection of 5 roads. Bear right on FR 180 and follow for 2.5 miles where you will find a grassy pull-off on the right.

Park here. There is no trail sign but the trail is clearly evident. Walk down 0.85 Miles to the falls, then back up 0.85 Miles to the parking lot/trailhead (Total of 1.7 Miles of hiking).

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