Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day by experiencing one of the best scenic views on the Appalachian Trail right here in the Lehigh Valley!
Join the Martins-Jacoby Watershed Association and the Watershed Coalition of the Lehigh Valley for a guide walk led by Jim Wilson with the WCLV. Wolf Rocks via the Appalachian Trail is a 4+ mile out & back hike from the AT Trailhead at PA 191 on the Northampton-Monroe County line. It offers the chance to see birds and other wildlife, wildflowers and an amazing view of Monroe County on the north side of the Kittatinny Ridge! A rocky, but moderate hike that proves why Pennsylvania is sometime called “Rocksylvania” by Appalachian Trail thru-hikers. Starts at 10:00 am on May 9; inclement weather date the next Sunday, May 16. Parking location and further guided walk details will be in the confirmation email.