PINE CREEK OUTFITTERS IS KNOWN FOR:

INFORMATION

             We are recognized as THE place to go for information on outdoor activities.  We sell and produce our own maps, trail guides, and hiking books for this region.  Our base in Ansonia carries these items and more.  You can also mail order items from Pine Creek Outfitters, Inc.

QUALITY

             We rent first-class equipment and provide personal service to each customer.  We are a company that is small enough to know you, but large enough to service you efficiently at a fair price. 

EXPERIENCE

             Local legend Chuck Dillon has authored six books on this area and written numerous articles for area publication.  Nobody has guided more trips on Pine Creek or has more experience than PCO.

 

5142 Rt 6 Wellsboro, PA 16901

(570)-724-3003

info@pinecrk.com

 

OPEN DAILY 9 AM—6 PM

March—October

Pine Creek Outfitters, Inc. and the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon have been featured in a number of national and regional publications:

National Geographic, USA Today, Outside Magazine, Backpacker Magazine, Sports Afield Magazine, Mid-Atlantic Magazine, the New York Times, and more.

Pine Creek Outfitters is a member of the Professional Paddlesports Association

             Pine Creek Outfitters has been a family-owned business since 1984.  We genuinely want you to have a quality outdoor experience every time you visit this area.  Our store is open everyday of the week, and we will work long hours, to make everything as easy and convenient as possible for you—our customers. 

             Pine Creek Outfitters is conveniently located in Ansonia, about 11 miles west of Wellsboro.  Ansonia is the entrance to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, and it’s the place where most people start their adventures.  Our store has a private boat launch for Pine Creek, and we are located only 1 mile from the Pine Creek Rail Trail and the West Rim Trail.

 

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Pine Creek is a natural stream with no dams controlling the water level.  Always check the creek conditions before your trip. 

This area is considered a natural wilderness setting and you must plan accordingly.  Don’t rely on technology for help in emergencies.  Cell phone service is almost nonexistent along most of Pine Creek.