Wolf Creek Narrows— Tuesday April 22, 2014

wolf creekTuesday, April 22, 2014, 10:00 AM
Wolf Creek Narrows, Butler County
Leader: Dianne Machesney
Contact Information: diannem15237@aol.com

cell: (412) 523-0368; home: (412) 366-7869

Directions:  From Pittsburgh take I-79 north to Exit 105. At the   end of the ramp turn left on PA 108. Travel east on PA 108 for about   0.7 miles to West Park Rd (Dairy Queen on the right). Turn left onto West Park Road (SR 1015) and drive north about 1.8 miles to SR 1020   (you can see some large silos on the right). Turn right on SR 1020   (Miller
Rd) and drive about 1.7 miles to the small parking lot on the right.
(SR 1020 is a winding road and at an almost T intersection, turn right
to stay on SR 1020.) If you reach the bridge, you have gone too far.
The parking lot is just before you reach the bridge over Wolf  Creek.

Wolf Creek Narrows is known for its spectacular display of spring
wildflowers – Virginia bluebells and golden saxifrage in the hemlock
hardwood forest and white trillium in the mature stands of sugar
maple, all along a high-quality stream  meandering through towering
cliffs.

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