Nittany Mountain Road is a rough, rocky, dead-end two-track leading to a private property line and gate. The road is exceptionally tight and overgrown with thick trees. Drivers should anticipate pinstriping from the trees and possible undercarriage damage due to grapefruit-sized rocks. A few sticky seasonal mudholes can be found along the trek, with water depths ranging from a few inches to sixteen inches deep. There are no significant obstacles along the road, but continuous rocks slow the 7.5-mile round trip. Although suitable for stock high clearance 4-wheel drives, the narrowness of the trail makes it best for small and narrow 4-wheel drive vehicles.
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