Follow the directions in the "Getting There" section of the main page.
This route follows the blue-blazed Shikellamy Trail on a six mile round-trip distance. The hike is pretty straightforward. You'll head northeast for about a mile on a gentle slope through stands of White Pine. You'll then climb into a bowl and hike to the top of the ridgeline where you'll intersect the Appalachian Trail. Head South (really west) on the A.T. and continue for a mile to Shikellamy Rocks. From here you'll get a fine view south-southeast. You'll then follow the narrow ridgeline for another mile to the goal of these two summits, Shikellamy Overlook. From this rock outcropping you'll get a 180 degree panorama that includes the entire Clarks Valley. Head back down the same way in a total distance of six miles with 900 feet of elevation gain.
Comfortable hiking boots, water/snacks, trekking poles, and a camera.