Although Logan Falls is just 9 feet tall, the pleasant walk down a narrow
woods path passes through lush, photogenic forest terrain, which makes the
effort to visit the falls worthwhile.
The cache is located near the top of the path leading to the falls.
The cache is hid in large blocks of conglomerate from the 360-million-year-old
Pottsville Formation which will be to the left of the path leading to the falls.
When first viewed, they appear large, but not overly large.
While moving downslope, however, your perspective changes, and it soon becomes
apparent just how large these blocks are. Some the size of a house.
A long line of large blocks runs for up to half a mile along the ridge,
and each is more impressive than the last.
Post your pictures!
While in the area be sure to see the falls.
You may also want to stop and grab Logan Falls cache (GCYQ3C)
on your way down to see the falls.
You don't want to pass up seeing Logan Falls!
This is DOWNHILL all the way in
(About .25 miles from the parking area)
The walk back out is all uphill and you will get a work out.
It is a gradual climb except the last 100 feet is steep.
From Warren, take U.S. 6 East 10.4 miles to Sheffield. Bear right on Pa. 666. Follow P.A. 666 for 2.4 miles towards Barns, then turn right and continue on P.A. 666 for another 6.6 miles to the Village of Lynch. In Lynch, turn Left onto Blue Jay road (sr-1003), crossing the Tionesta Creek. Proceed 1.2 miles to a sharp right turn onto Job Corps Road (fr-128 ) , which climbs rapidly, continue for 5.2 miles to Deadman Corner. At this 5 point intersection, bear right onto fr-180, and drive 2.5 miles to a grassy parking area on the right GPS Cords...... N41 35.086 W 079 09 .571.