Took 82 minutes from the AT trail head to the south, with only a short stop at Buzzard. Since there was a hole in the fence I started to climb the fire tower, but the boards are definitely showing their age. I returned via the AT to the pipeline cut, then down the road to the trail in the valley next to the stream.
I have climbed it four times, always in combination with Buzzard Peak, which is more fun.
I'm sure the views are great, but fog obscured them for us. We planned on tagging Buzzard too, but that didn't quite work out. Climbed with my brother in law S.
Me and my boy from college in PA tackled Buzzard and Snowy this morning. The weather was really nice for this time in the summer...didn't need bug spray or suntan lotion.
We parked at the parking spot right in front of the trail. We hiked to Buzzard Peak first and then hiked to Snowy Mountain. All in all a nice day hike with some steep hiking involved.
Thanks so much Britt for putting up this page so my buddy and I could have a good hike in Pennsylvania!
Beautiful day for a hike as I did it along with Buzzard Peak. Wonderful weather and wonderful views!