This section of the trail is a relatively easy hike with great views of Big Knob and Bald Knob, two of the highest points in the Allegheny Mountains. The trail runs along the side of the mountain and through a couple wildlife clearings before reaching a Forest Service gate on FDR 125D. The orange plastic diamonds that have marked the trail stop at this gate. From the gate the trail is easy to follow as it follows FDR 125D to FDR 125 (Dolly Ann). This is a steep section of trail that is used primarily by four wheel drive vehicles and is muddy after rain.
Trail description and directions are courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service. The USFS home page is www.fs.fed.us
Dry Run Trail may be accessed in two places. The first access is at the end of FDR 339. From route 220 North turn right onto Cypress Street in Covington. At the end of Cypress Street the road becomes dirt. This is the beginning of FDR 339. The trail begins at the end of the road. The second access is on FDR 125 (Dolly Ann). From Route 220 north turn right onto Dolly Ann Drive. Turn right at the yield sign and follow this road to where the gravel road begins. This is FDR 125. There is a wildlife clearing on the left about four miles north up FDR 125 at the intersection of FDR 448 and FDR 125. Parking is available in this area.
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