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Rimrock Trail Loop

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Beautiful forest and streams with mossy boulders dot the hillside on this is a spectacular trail!


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8.3

Miles

13.4

KM

96%

Runnable

2,065' 629 m

High

1,392' 424 m

Low

808' 246 m

Up

820' 250 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Fall Colors · Spring · Views · Wildlife

Runner Notes

Downed trees are possible. Take a map or use the Trail Run Project mobile app. Cell phone service may not be available here. There are some rocky technical sections and deep stream crossings.

Description

I recommend taking this trail counter-clockwise. The north side follows a ridge and descends towards the Allegheny Reservoir before turning south and staying up slope. Once you turn northeast expect stream crossings. In the spring, they can be knee deep. Then follow the stream valley amongst giant mossy boulders. The trail is stunning any time of year, as spring brings buds and flowers, and fall brings colorful leaves. There are a few technical spots, but overall the loop is quite enjoyable.

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Shared By:

Tony Deluca

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  4.1 from 8 votes

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  4.1 from 8 votes
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#179

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#9,347

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Photos

Looking down at river.
Oct 29, 2017 near Warren, PA
one of the many stream crossings
Sep 17, 2018 near Warren, PA
Beautiful view of the Allegheny from campsite #18
Sep 17, 2018 near Warren, PA
Northeast on the Rimrock Trail
Apr 15, 2016 near Warren, PA
Fog over the Reservoir, from the Rimrock Trail.
Apr 18, 2016 near Warren, PA
Following the stream on Rimrock Loop.
Jan 6, 2021 near Warren, PA

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Jun 8, 2019
Chris Taggart
9.3 mile loop starting and ending at the Morrison Trailhead, and also including the lakeside Morrison Campground spur. Muddy, numerous water crossings 9.3mi — 1h 49m