Hiking 

 

Hawk Mountain's 2500 acres of protected forests includes 8+ miles of hiking trails, varying in length and difficulty. There is trail fee for non-members, and hiking is only allowed from dawn to dusk. Please be sure to follow all rules and regulations

Use the links below to prepare yourself for your visit to the Mountain. Always come equipped with proper footwear, attire, and hydration, and please leave your pets at home. 

Have any questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at 610-756-6961. 

Hawk Mountain trails are open, but the Visitor Center is closed. Masks are required; be prepared to wear a mask in populated areas. Limited restrooms are available. Consider a weekday or return visit if the parking lot is full. 

To streamline trail admission during our temporary Visitor Center closure, non-members must pay with exact cash, or purchase an advance ticket and bring a printed copy of that ticket to the gate. Members, be ready to present your membership card.

Hawk Mountain is a private, non-profit wildlife sanctuary and hiking is limited to designated trails on the map links provided. Admission fees and or membership dues support our raptor conservation mission, sanctuary stewardship, and trails. Hikers are asked to access the trail system from the trailhead entrance after paying admission or pay when exiting. Dogs are not allowed.

If using AllTrails or another hiking app to enter from an outside location please exit through the front gate and pay the trail fee. Hikers that access our trail system that are not members and have not paid a trail fee are trespassing and may be fined.

Become a Member 

Mountain Members get to hike the trails for free, year-round, in addition to many other great perks. Join today to become a part of the Hawk Mountain valued community! Can't decide yet? After a day of hiking our trails, you can turn your trail pass into a membership just by paying the difference. 

Join Today!