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Pennsylvania Biking

Pennsylvania is taking full advantage of its many miles of unused rail lines to build a network of rail trails. We particularly like the area in western Pennsylvania along the Allegheny River, but also need to return to visit more sections of the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail.
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Allegheny River Trail Cumberland Valley Rail Trail Great Allegheny
Passage (GAP)

(also MD)
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32 mile rail-trail,
scenic bridges, tunnels
Civil War and agricultural
heritage corridor
150 miles from Pittsburgh, PA,
to Cumberland, MD
Oil Creek State Park Trail Pine Creek Rail Trail Samuel Justus Trail
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Petroleum industry historic sites Stunning ride through
Pine Creek Gorge
Connecting to the Allegheny
River Trail at Franklin
Sandy Creek Trail
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Scenic with 7 bridges, tunnel

More information on biking in Pennsylvania:
Pennsylvania Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources - Biking in Pennsylvania external