My friend Eriks likes to hike his age in miles every June to celebrate his birthday. Since we aren't kids anymore, these hikes can be pretty strenuous. In 2012 we had this great idea to dayhike the Bucktail Path. This trail is about 30-35 miles long and extremely remote. The trail relies solely on orange blazes, rather than a defined tread way. This makes the hiking extremely dificult, and navigation can be somewhat challanging as well. This is especially true in the summer when the vegetation is in full bloom. Wear pants and long sleeves for this one! There is plenty of water and ample camping along this trail. If you're prepared for this type of hiking, you will love the Bucktail Path. If you aren't into bushwhacking through the PA Wilds, then you may wish to pick a different trail.