What town is Hawk Mountain in?
|Hawk Mountain Sanctuary|
|Nearest city||Orwigsburg, Pennsylvania|
|Coordinates||40°38′27″N 75°59′32″WCoordinates: 40°38′27″N 75°59′32″W|
|Area||2,600 acres (1,100 ha; 11 km2)|
Is Hawk Mountain Open to the public?
Yes, we are OPEN! Hawk Mountain trails are OPEN but the Visitor Center is limited to 25 individuals at a given time. Please visit the link below for details on admission, safe procedures, and how to enjoy a day on the Mountain.
Does it cost money to hike at Hawk Mountain?
Members are always FREE. Buy a membership now. Hawk Mountain is a private, non-profit wildlife sanctuary and hiking is limited to designated trails. Hikers that access our trail system and who are not members and have not paid a trail fee are trespassing and may be fined.
Is Hawk Mountain part of Appalachian Trail?
When you visit the Hawk Mountain trails, you can hike a piece of the Appalachian Trail, the East Coast’s most famous trail! The second most difficult trail on Hawk Mountain, the section of the Appalachian Trail in this area is 2.5 miles from the North Lookout and can be accessed from the Skyline trail.
How long does it take to get to the top of Hawk Mountain?
Allow 3-4 hours to complete loop. The loop trail is very rough and rocky. Several unmarked trails cross this trail; pay extra attention and follow the RED blazes.
When was Hawk Mountain founded?
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is a landmark in the American conservation movement. In the 85 years since its inception, Hawk Mountain has welcomed and educated thousands of visitors. The Sanctuary was founded in 1934 by Rosalie Edge, a conservationist who saw the impact of overzealous raptor hunting on the Kittatinny Ridge.
How long is the hike at Hawk Mountain?
Gianelli to Black Hawk Mountain is a 29 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Pinecrest, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate.