AFT • Welcome to the Allegheny Front Trail
Here is a collection of images taken from the AFT. Many of these photos are represented on the trail map by a black dot(•).

Misc. Photos
Vista Photos
Plant Photos

Overlooking beautiful Bald Eagle Valley to the east and the Moshannon Creek basin to the west, welcome to the

The Allegheny Front Trail (or AFT) is a relatively new Pennsylvania hiking trail that encircles Black Moshannon State Park. While currently being plotted using GPS equipment, the estimated length of the trail is 40 miles. Under construction since late 1995, the AFT traverses some rocky, rugged portions of the Allegheny Plateau, passes along five different mountain trout streams and the Moshannon Creek, and includes 11 vistas along its circuit.
A 7-mile cross-connector passes through the park, while most of the orange-blazed trail is outside the park’s boundaries. The northeastern portion intersects with several blue-blaze cross-country ski trails.

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Detailed Map
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