Comprising a 12-mile stretch through the park's forest, two trails, Baker Trail and North Country National Scenic Trail, cut through Cook Forest State Park and follow the banks of the Clarion River. This hike is one of the more difficult treks in the park.
An easier trail that's good for families and under two miles long, Liggett Trail takes hikers through scenic old growth forest and is a good place to watch for local bird species.
Another of the park's more difficult trails, Tobecco Trail begins on the banks of the Clarion River and ascends to two ridge tops, where hikers can take in stunning forest views.
A short but difficult trail, Indian Trail is steep but worth the effort for the pond and forest views it provides.
An easy, multi-use trail, Equestrian Trail leads hikers and horseback riders through a 1930s red pine plantation where you can spot hawks and white-tailed deer.