About This Destination
The Indian Steps trail offers a steep, rocky ascent of Tussey Mountain, where it meets the Mid State Trail at the ridgeline. While the origins and age of this trail remain a mystery, it's likely that the rocky steps were put in place by Civilian Conservation Corps workers. The trail is a convenient access point along the Mid State, providing a path to both Harrys Valley Road to the south, or Kepler Road to the north.
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Indian Steps Trail, Pennsylvania Furnace, PA, USA
Indian Steps trailheads along both Harrys Valley Road, or Kepler Road.