This area is our little oasis not far from the Suburbs of Philly. The trails are great for some technical mntn biking, nice family hiking, and trail running. This park is also home to some of the best climbing in the area. On any given weekend you can find tons of the local climbing community just hanging out and having fun.
There isn't one great way to get to the park but here is one that I think is the easiest. Take 611 North through Pipersville. Turn right on Rt. 413. At the first stop sign turn left. At the next stop sign continue straight on Dark Hollow Rd. Take this for a little bit, crossing through the mill of Ralph Stover Park. About 1.5 miles ahead there is a road on the right called Stover Park Rd. Take that almost until the end when on the left you will see a pretty worked over road. Turn there and the parking lot is on the left. Have fun.
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Posted By: Markus ur Alias
- Thu Jun 05 13:04:32 UTC 2008
UpsidePretty fun single track not far from home. Quick ride. DownsideVery technical. Lots of roots and rocks. Quick ride. CommentHigh Rocks (or Ralph Stover State Park) is a nice place to get some quick trail in without driving too far. I like to park at the High Rocks lot, go down and to the right, then come back up past the lot and out to the campground. The truly masochistic will go through the campground and down another trail that it's a bitch to climb out of. F that. I turn around and sprint home.
PAsurfer's directions just saved me time and gas. Cool.