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    Sounds like a great wee trip, thanks for sharing the ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvravn View Post
    For those of you that are interested, here is a good link for OLP with a topo map:

    http://www.midatlantichikes.com/oldloggerspath.htm
    DCNR Old Loggers Page

    The only problem I have with the midatlantichikes(MAH) site is that the DCNR says 27.1 and MAH says "This 28.8 mile long (Some references, including the State Forest map, has the distance at 27.3 miles.) " and then later in the same paragraph it states "The northern loop is about 21 miles long. The southern loop is about 13 miles in length." so basic math puts that at about 34 miles long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iafte View Post
    DCNR Old Loggers Page

    The only problem I have with the midatlantichikes(MAH) site is that the DCNR says 27.1 and MAH says "This 28.8 mile long (Some references, including the State Forest map, has the distance at 27.3 miles.) " and then later in the same paragraph it states "The northern loop is about 21 miles long. The southern loop is about 13 miles in length." so basic math puts that at about 34 miles long.
    I cant attest for he accuracy of either one, but I think MAH uses the mileage for the Stream Rd cut-through for total distance on the North or South loop. Either way its a great trail thats a blast to hike

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    Iafte: Thanks for the trip report, it brought back good memories.
    It's a trail worth hiking more than once, esp. in different seasons.

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    Another good overview map of the OLP. I've hiked portions of it several times and have added it to the list of favorite loop trails.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slvravn View Post
    I cant attest for he accuracy of either one, but I think MAH uses the mileage for the Stream Rd cut-through for total distance on the North or South loop. Either way its a great trail thats a blast to hike
    Ah, true. Never thought of that.
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