Here are the fall foliage conditions along the Pine Creek Rail Trail in the PA Grand Canyon as of October 3, 2022.
I rode roughly 12 miles (6 miles out, 6 miles back) from the Rattlesnake Rock parking area along Route 414 north past Blackwell.
Generally, I found the foliage to be just starting to change near the beginning of my ride.
The further north I rode, the more color I found.
I made stops at a few of the hollows along the way where I knew waterfalls existed just a short hike from the rail trail.
Water Tank Hollow Falls was flowing nicely, with lots of yellows and gold foliage to be found in the immediate vicinity.
North of that, Benjamin Hollow Falls was another great fall foliage scene.
I made the return trip to the Rattlesnake Rock parking area, and then walked the short trail to the actual Rattlesnake Rock in Pine Creek to cap off the day.
My best guess is that by this coming weekend, fall foliage conditions will be excellent all along this stretch of the Pine Creek Rail Trail.
But even if you’re headed there today, you’re going to find some beautiful fall foliage scenes up and down the trail.
My Clarion County 2022 Fall Foliage Update highlights the conditions there as of October 10, 2022.
My Tioga County 2022 Fall Foliage Update highlights the conditions in Wellsboro and the PA Grand Canyon as of October 6, 2022.
My Potter County 2022 Fall Foliage Update highlights the conditions there as of October 5, 2022.
Where to Find the Best Fall Foliage Views in the PA Grand Canyon is your guide to even more great spots to check out fall foliage in the area.
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