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The Loyalsock - Worlds End Lizard Map will help you plan all your adventures in and around Loyalsock State Forest from Williamsport to Worlds End State Park. This is one of the most popular 4-season State Parks in Pennsylvania. A beautifully designed, easy to read topographic map featuring contour lines, elevation data, shaded relief, and all the key details you need to plan your adventures: backroads and trails, trail use designations, road surfaces (paved and dirt), the Loyalsock Trail and Old Loggers Path, parking access, campsites, public lands, historic sites and more. Lizard Maps are durable, waterproof, and give you the big picture – the map opens to 24” x 36” and folds easily to 4” x 8” to fit in your back pocket. The scale is 1:47,550 (1 inch = 3/4 mile). Includes both lat./lon. and UTM coordinate systems. There is a detailed inset map of Worlds End State Park at a scale of 1:20,000. Please note: DCNR has changed the numbering system of the motorized, drive-in backcountry campsites. The Lizard Map shows the 2-digit numbering system, but the new system is 3-digit. If you reserve your campsite on-line you will need to cross reference the locations, if you call the State Forest office to reserve they can help you 'translate'. Public land: all of Loyalsock State Forest and Worlds End State Park, with a section of Tiadaghton State Forest south of Williamsport. Sections of State Game Lands 12, 13, 133, 134, and 298; McIntyre Wild Area, Devils Elbow Natural Area, Rider Park Trails, Kettle Creek Gorge Natural Area, Conklin Run Wilderness Area, Glacier Pools Preserve and the PA Fish and Boat Commission's Hunters Lake and Rose Valley Lake. Destinations: The Loyalsock Creek, Haystack Rapid, Bear Wallow Pond, Sones Pond, historic CCC camps, numerous waterfalls, cascades and vistas throughout the trails system and roads. "The maps are almost information overload!" Nick from PA Roads: all Lizard Maps show which roads are paved, dirt/gravel and gated Administration roads. Perfect for bicyclists, dual sport riders and overlanders looking to put together a remote backcountry route across public lands. Major hiking trails: the complete 59-mile Loyalsock Trail, one of the best point-to-point remote backpacking trails in the State. The complete Old Loggers Path, a 27-mile backpacking trail that is a loop. Equestrian trails: the 50-mile Loyalsock Bridle Trail is among the best in the State. Designed around two 25-mile loops that meet at a centralized campground designed for horses (and horse trailers), this shared use path uses old logging roads and trails to explore a large and diverse swath of Loyalsock State Forest. Even more trails! Lizard Maps highlight and designate public trails and paths including hiking, biking, equestrian, skiing and rail trails managed by federal, state and local authorities, including the Lycoming Creek Bikeway, Susquehanna River Walk, Loyalsock Bikeway and Montoursville Bikeway all located in and around Williamsport and the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. The Susquehanna Water Trail is shown from mile 44 at Susquehanna State Park to mile 28 at the confluence with Muncy Creek. Points of interest: campgrounds, picnic areas, river access, boat launches, primitive car camping sites, scenic overlooks, waterfalls and lizard spots. Wild and Natural areas plus: McIntyre Wild Area, Devils Elbow Natural Area, Rider Park Trails, Kettle Creek Gorge Natural Area, Conklin Run Wilderness Area, Glacier Pools Preserve (Merrill W. Linn Conservancy). Towns: Dushore, Eagles Mere, Ellenton, Forksville, Laporte, Loyalsockville, Montoursville, Ogdonia, Picture Rocks, Shunk, Sonestown, Trout Run, and Williamsport, PA. Lizards!The little purple Lizards you’ll find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “ This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”. It will take you months, maybe years, to explore all the neat places on this map! It's time to start negotiating more time off!
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The most comprehensive outdoor recreation map available of Michaux State Forest, trails, dirt roads, back roads. Everything you need to plan your adventure in Michaux State Forest. The Michaux Lizard Map will help you plan all your adventures in and around Michaux State Forest, one of the most popular outdoor recreation playgrounds in Pennsylvania. Michaux's 85,000 + acres of public land offers something for everyone! A beautifully designed, easy to read topographic map featuring contour lines, elevation data, shaded relief, and all the key details you need to plan your adventures: backroads and trails, trail use designations, road surfaces (paved/gravel/4wd), parking access, campsites, public lands, historic sites and more. The Michaux Lizard Map covers the northern region from Shippensburg to Mount Holly Springs and south to Biglerville and Waynesboro PA. Durable, waterproof, and gives you the big picture – the map opens to 24” x 36” and folds easily to 4” x 8” to fit in your back pocket. The scale is 1:37,270 (1.7 inches = 1 mile). Includes both lat./lon. and UTM coordinate systems. Public land: all of Michaux State Forest (over 85,000 acres), Caledonia, Mont Alto, and Pine Grove Furnace State Parks and the Kings Gap Environmental Center. Destinations: the Appalachian Trail Museum, which is considered the symbolic halfway point of the AT, historic iron furnaces and an ironmaster’s mansion, the mansion at King’s Gap, and the historic Camp Michaux, a former secret WWII POW interrogation camp. Roads: all Lizard Maps show which roads are paved or dirt/gravel as well as which are gated administratve roads. Perfect for bicyclists, dual sport riders and overlanders looking to put together a remote backcountry route across public lands. Major hiking trails: the Appalachian Trail (AT) as it traverses Michaux State Forest, the trails at King’s Gap, the Flat Rock Trail System, and Rocky Knob Interpretive Trail. Major biking trails: Michaux is renowned for its advanced mountain bike trails featuring technical singletrack, steep climbs and steeper descents. The Michaux Lizard Map includes all of the DCNR officially recognized shared use trails at time of publication. Even more trails: Lizard Maps highlight and designate public trails and paths including hiking, biking, equestrian, skiing and rail trails managed by federal, state and local authorities, including the Mount Hope equestrian trail system. Michaux has an extensive ATV trail system. Points of interest: campgrounds, picnic areas, climbing areas, reservable car camping sites, scenic overlooks, observation towers and lizard spots. Natural Areas and special designated areas: include Meeting of the Pines Natural Area, Strawberry Hill Nature Preserve, Mount Holly Marsh Preserve, Carbaugh Reservoir, Waynesboro Reservoir, Long Pine Run Reservoir, and the Forest Pool Reserve (Nature Conservancy). Towns: Biglerville, Mont Alto, Mount Holly Springs, Shippensburg, and Waynesboro PA. Lizards! The little purple Lizards you’ll find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”.
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The Ohiopyle-Laurel Highlands Lizard Map will help you plan all your adventures in and around Forbes State Forest, Ohiopyle State Park and the Laurel Highlands region. Super easy to get to: Located within 200 miles of several major metro areas including Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Cleveland and Columbus, Ohiopyle-Laurel Highlands offers something for every outdoor enthusiast. Lizard Maps are durable, waterproof, and give you the big picture – the map opens to 24” x 36” and folds easily to 4” x 8” to fit in your back pocket. One side features the Laurel Highlands region at a scale of 1:87,000 (1 inch = 1.3 miles) and the other side is a detailed map of Ohiopyle State Park at a scale of 1:27,200 (1 inch = 0.4 mile). Includes both lat./lon. and UTM coordinate systems. Public land: seven Pennsylvania State Parks: Laurel Ridge, Laurel Hill, Laurel Summit, Laurel Mountain, Linn Run, Kooser, Ohiopyle; and most of Forbes State Forest, Bear Run Reserve at Fallingwater, State Game Lands 50, 51, 82, 111, 265, 271, 296; and much of Western Pennsylvania's famed Laurel Highlands. Destinations: historic sites of Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, Ferncliff Peninsula National Landmark, Fort Necessity National Battlefield, Braddock’s Grave, Jumonville Glen, and the Flight 93 National Memorial. Roads: all Lizard Maps show which roads are paved, dirt/gravel or 4wd roads as well as which are gated. Perfect for bicyclists, dual sport riders and overlanders looking to put together a remote backcountry route across public lands. Major hiking trails: miles 0-46 of the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail (LHHT) from its beginning at Ohiopyle State Park north to the Rt 30 Shelters, including designated Adirondack Shelters along the route, trailhead parking access, permit information, and distance between shelters. Major biking trails: over 80 miles of the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) Rail Trail, including the Big Savage Tunnel, the Eastern Continental Divide, Keystone Viaduct, Salisbury Viaduct and Pinkerton Tunnel from the PA/MD state line to the PA Turnpike at Smithton, PA. plus the mountain bike trails in Ohiopyle State Park. Even more trails! Lizard Maps highlight and designate public trails and paths including hiking, biking, equestrian, skiing, snowmobiling and rail trails managed by federal, state and local authorities, including Sheepskin Trail, Coal and Coke Trail and the Indian Creek Valley Trail. Points of interest: campgrounds, picnic areas, river access, boat launches, climbing areas, reservable car camping sites, scenic overlooks, observation towers, waterfalls and lizard spots. Natural Areas plus and special designated areas: Quebec Run Wild Area, Roaring Run Natural Area and Mount Davis - the highest point in Pennsylvania. For boaters the Middle and Lower sections of the Youghiogheny River with rapid names, put-in and take-out locations; Youghiogheny River Lake, Cranberry Glade Lake, High Point Lake and the Quemahoning Reservoir. The many waterfalls of Ohiopyle and the Laurel Highlands are noted, as well as the historic covered bridges throughout the region. Towns: Addison, Connellsville, Confluence, Donegal, Meyersdale, Mount Pleasant, Perryopolis, Scottdale, Smithton, Somerset, and Uniontown, PA. Lizards! The little purple Lizards you’ll find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “ This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”.
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Your Gateway to PA Outdoor Adventure Statewide The statewide Pennsylvania Map that every outdoor enthusiast has dreamed of has arrived. Featuring 115 Rail Trails and Bikeways 30 Long Distance Hiking Trails 124 State Parks 20 State Forests 53 Mountain Bike Destinations 17 Water Trails and Whitewater Destinations 24 Ski Areas Discover the beauty of Pennsylvania's great outdoors with the all-new PA Statewide Outdoor Recreation Map from Purple Lizard! This map is curated especially for outdoor enthusiasts and highlights the vast array of public land resources managed by Pennsylvania State and National Forests, Recreation Areas, Wild and Natural Areas, State Game Lands, and public lakes managed by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and Army Corps of Engineers. This map is the first of its kind for Pennsylvania: a big-picture planning tool that showcases the extraordinary wealth of Pennsylvania outdoor recreation assets. With a scale of 1 inch = 7 miles this map provides a perspective of the state that will inspire countless adventures. Designed to withstand the rigors of your travels, all Lizard Maps are 24 x 36 inches, printed on both sides on a durable, waterproof material, ensuring they can handle whatever Mother Nature throws your way. This map showcases the connectivity of public lands and recreational resources making it an essential tool to explore the State. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Lizard Map without those little lizards, so look for the friendly Purple Lizards on the map—these little icons mark some of our favorite places, noteworthy spots, and interesting tidbits which make every Lizard Map a treasure map of sorts! Explore Pennsylvania Outdoor Recreation with Confidence The detailed index and legend will help you plan your trips. We include information such as the length and surface of the longer Rail Trails, the routes of the premier long distance hiking trails, and a comprehensive list of State Parks and Forests to help you plan your Pennsylvania adventures.
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It will take you months, maybe years, to explore all the neat places on this map! It's time to start negotiating more time off! Public land: most of Tioga and Tiadaghton State Forests, sections of Susquehannock, Sproul and Bald Eagle State Forests, State Game Lands 68, 75, 89, 208, 268, 313; Leonard Harrison State Park, Colton Point State Park, Little Pine State Park, Hyner Run State Park and Zindel Park. Destinations: Hyner View and the hang gliding launch and landing areas, historic CCC camps, Farrandsville iron furnace, and ‘The Stretch” catch and release fly fishing section of Pine Creek, one of America’s leading fly fishing destinations. Roads: all Lizard Maps show which roads are paved, dirt/gravel or 4wd roads as well as which are gated. Perfect for bicyclists, dual sport riders and overlanders looking to put together a remote backcountry route across public lands. Major hiking trails: the complete West Rim Trail, Tiadaghton Trail, 44-mile Black Forest Trail (considered to be one of the most difficult trails in PA), 50k Green Monster Trail. A section of the 90-mile Donut Hole Trail is shown from its southern end at Farrandsville to Hyner View State Park. Hikers can also find the Golden Eagle Trail, considered to be one of PA's best day hikes. A long section of the 323-mile Mid State Trail (MST) is mapped from Round Top Mountain in Bald Eagle State Forest at McElhattan, PA to Little Pine State Park and north to the Anna S Mine and Antrim, PA. Remote backpacking campsites are shown on the Black Forest, West Rim and Mid State Trails. The MST continues south on the Purple Lizard Bald Eagle Lizard Map. Major biking trails: the famous 62-mile Pine Creek Rail Trail from Wellsboro in the north to Jersey Shore in the south, with mile markers for easy reference. The 50k Green Monster Loop is known for technical singletrack. Even more trails! Lizard Maps highlight and designate public trails and paths including hiking, biking, equestrian, skiing, snowmobiling and rail trails managed by federal, state and local authorities, including Haneyville 18-mile ATV trail system, Lock Haven Riverwalk Trail and Bald Eagle Valley Rail Trail. The Susquehanna Water Trail is shown from mile 90 at Hyner Access to mile 59 at the confluence with Pine Creek. Points of interest: campgrounds, picnic areas, river access, boat launches, water access campsites, primitive car camping sites, scenic overlooks, observation towers, waterfalls and lizard spots. Wild and Natural areas plus: Wolf Run Wild Area, Algerine Wild Area, Asaph Wild Area, Reynolds Spring Natural Area, Pine Creek Gorge Natural Area, Bucktail Natural Area, Bark Cabin Natural Area, Mount Logan Natural Area, Black Ash Swamp Natural Area, Lebo Red Pine Natural Area, Miller Run Natural Area, Torbert Island Natural Area, Nessmuk Lake, and the West Branch Forest Preserve (Nature Conservancy). Towns: Ansonia, Avis, Blackwell, Cedar Run, Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, Mill Hall, Slate Run, Waterville and Wellsboro, PA. Lizards! The little purple Lizards you’ll find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “ This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”.
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The Raystown Lizard Map will help you plan all your adventures on and around Raystown Lake. In addition to boasting one of the most action packed recreational lakes in the region, Raystown has one of the best mountain bike trail systems in North America. A beautifully designed, easy to read topographic map featuring contour lines, elevation data, shaded relief, lake depths, lake navigation markers, and all the key details you need to plan your adventures: backroads and trails, trail use designations, road surfaces (paved/gravel/4wd), parking access, campsites, public lands, historic sites and more. Lizard Maps are durable, waterproof, and give you the big picture – the map opens to 24” x 36” and folds easily to 4” x 8” to fit in your back pocket. The Raystown Lizard Map covers all of Raystown Lake on one side, the scale is 1:45,135 (1 inch = 0.7 mile). A detailed map of the Allegrippis Trail System and Trough Creek State Park is on the other side, the scale is 1:22,588 (1 inch = 0.4 mile). Includes both lat./lon. and UTM coordinate systems. Public lands: include the entire 30-mile length of Raystown Lake from Huntingdon to Saxton, PA, which is owned and managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and a section of Rothrock State Forest and Trough Creek State Park on the eastern side of Raystown Lake, Warriors Path and canoe Creek State Parks and parts of State Game Lands 67, 73, 99, 118, 322. Destinations: include multiple access areas on Raystown Lake and the Seven Points Recreation Area, the Raystown Lake Visitors Center, several scenic vistas and the Allegrippis Mountain Bike Trails. Roads: all Lizard Maps show which roads are paved, dirt/gravel or 4wd roads as well as which are gated. Perfect for bicyclists, dual sport riders and overlanders looking to put together a remote backcountry route across public lands. Major hiking trails:include a section of the 323-mile Mid State Trail (MST) shown from the Lower Rail Trail just south of Water Street, PA, to Williamsburg, PA, and continues south on the ridgeline of Tussey Mountain on the western side of Raystown Lake. The map ends just after the MST crosses PA Route 165. On the eastern side of Raystown Lake, the Terrace Mountain Trail follows the entire lake and has one shelter located north of Trough Creek SP. Major biking trails: are all about the Allegrippis Mountain Bike Trail System; a favorite destination for cyclists around the country. Dirt Rag magazine holds its annual Dirt Fest event here every spring. This 33-mile network of specially built mountain bike flow trails is considered one of the best riding experiences in the country. A mountain bike skills park is located by the Visitor Center and offers beginner through expert riding opportunities. Even more trails: Lizard Maps highlight and designate public trails and paths including hiking, biking and rail trails managed by federal, state and local authorities. Juniata College in Huntingdon has a network of walking paths and hiking trails around an environmental art installation by Maya Lin. In Rothrock SF, the trails of Trough Creek State Park are spectacular. Points of interest: campgrounds, picnic areas, climbing areas, reservable car camping sites, scenic overlooks and lizard spots. Special Designated Areas: Seven Points Recreation Area offers multiple camping areas, a marina, rental boats, swimming beach, walking paths and picnic areas. Ridenour and Hawn’s Overlooks are easy to access and offer fantastic views of the lake. Trough Creek State Park features a historic balanced rock and ice mine. Towns: of Alexandria, Broad Top City, Huntingdon, Saxton, Saltillo and Williamsburg, PA. Lizards: The little purple Lizards you’ll find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “ This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”.
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You won't miss a thing when you explore Shenandoah with Purple Lizard Maps. These are the most comprehensive, detailed, high quality, easy to read topographic map available of this stunning landscape. These maps are the latest available of the area, and meticulously researched, field checked, and carefully designed at the best possible scale for the area with all the easy to read detail and careful attention to accuracy you need to plan your adventures on Shenandoah's trails, vistas, waterfalls and special spots. Lizard Maps are durable, waterproof, and give you the big picture – the map opens to 24” x 36” and folds easily to 4” x 8” to fit in your back pocket. The scale is 1:46,900, 1 inch equals 3/4 mile. Public land:over 200,000 acres of Shenandoah National Park Forest and NPS Wilderness Areas, plus parts of George Washington and Jefferson National Forest, as well as Shenandoah River State Park, Virginia Wildlife Management Areas, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resource Land, Appalachian Trail Corridor Land and town parks. Destinations:include Skyline Drive, the Appalachian Trail, Old Rag, and a tremendous amount of hiking trails in and around Shenandoah National Park. Roads:all Lizard Maps show which roads are paved, dirt/gravel or gated administrative forest roads. Perfect for anyone looking to put together a remote route using backroads and byways. Major hiking trails:the Appalachian Trail in its entirety as it traverses Shenandoah National Park. The Tuscarora Trail from it's Southern origin with the AT west to George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. The entire hiking trail network of Shenandoah NP. Portions of the northern section of the Massanutten Mountain National Recreation Trail in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. Major biking trails: There are no mountain bike trails in Shenandoah National Park. There are shared use trails open to mountain biking in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest. Even more trails: Lizard Maps highlight and designate public trails and paths including hiking, biking, equestrian and rail trails managed by federal, state and local authorities. For paddlers, the South River at Waynesboro is shown, and the entire South Fork of the Shenandoah River from Grottoes to Front Royal, including mile markers 1-44 along the most popular access stretch. Points of interest: National Park Service campgrounds, picnic areas, scenic overlooks, waterfalls, observation towers, climbing areas and lizard spots. Towns: Front Royal, Luray, Sperryville, Shenandoah, Elkton, Madison, Grottoes, Waynesboro and Crozet, VA. Lizards!The little purple Lizards you’ll find scattered on the map signify an interesting spot to check out. The Legend says “This Could Mean Anything: cool place, sweet view, local legend”. Shenandoah National Park and the surrounding area is one of the best outdoor recreation playgrounds in the United States.
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The 4th edition of the Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair is updated with the latest information, procedures and techniques and covers everything from minor adjustments to complete overhauls. - The perfect reference guide for nearly any level mechanic and every bike - Features clear, step-by-step instructions, high quality color photos and useful charts and graphs to thoroughly explain and demonstrate hundreds of repairs - Written by one of the world’s leading authorities on bicycle repair and maintenance, Park Tool Director of Education, Calvin Jones
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(Note: This item $3 Shipping in USA!) This TrailGuide is the official, authorized guidebook for traveling the Great Allegheny Passage and C&O Canal Towpath, covering two scenic trails -- and one amazing journey between Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. It's packed with mile-by-mile trail descriptions; town maps and directories; and itineraries for day trips, weekends, and thru-rides. Included is a two-sided, weatherproof 7.625” x 24.75” map, showing both trails and hundreds of features. TrailGuide includes a mileage chart, a plan-your-trip checklist, suggestions on photo ops, options for camping, and a list of parking and trail access points.
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Across the country, more than 1600 unused railroad corridors have been converted to level, public, multiuse trails, where people can enjoy a fitness run, a leisurely bike ride, or a stroll with the family. In this updated guide in the popular series, the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy presents the Mid-Atlantic region's finest rail-trails plus other great multiuse trails. Rail-Trails Mid-Atlantic covers 60 trails in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Many rail-trails are paved and run through the most scenic parts of town. Others, such as the 34-mile Virginia Creeper National Recreation Trail, travel along dense forests, open fields, and lush waterways. Some explore the area's history, such as Maryland's 13-mile Baltimore and Annapolis Trail. Tour the nation's capital, visit the site of an historic Civil War battle, and enjoy the serenity of the rural countryside along the Mid-Atlantic's many great multiuse trails. This full-color book includes succinct descriptions of each trail from start to finish, plus at-a-glance summary information indicating permitted uses, surface type, length, and directions to trailheads for each trail. Every trip has a detailed map that includes start and end points, trailhead, parking, restroom facilities, and other amenities.
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All across the country, unused railroad corridors have been converted into public multiuse trails. Here, the experts from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy present the best of these rail-trails—as well as other multiuse pathways—in New Jersey and New York. You’ll appreciate the detailed maps for each trail, plus driving directions to trailheads. Quick, at-a-glance icons indicate which activities each trail can accommodate, from biking to fishing to snowmobiling. Best of all, the precise descriptions are written by rail-trail experts, so you know it’s information that you can rely on! Many rail-trails are paved and connect communities, such as New Jersey’s 6.5-mile Pleasantville to Somers Point Bike Path. Some feature dramatic scenery, like the Ken Lockwood Gorge on New Jersey’s 11.3-mile Columbia Trail or the ultra-urban, lower Manhattan views from New York’s elevated High Line. Whether you’re on feet, wheels, or skis, you’ll love the variety in this collection of multiuse trails—from beautiful waterways and scenic areas to the hustle and bustle of the states’ urban centers!
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All across the country, unused railroad corridors have been converted to public multiuse trails. Here, the experts from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy present the best of these rail-trails—as well as other multiuse pathways—in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Bucket-listers won’t want to miss Vermont’s 13.4-mile Island Rail Trail, which boasts a spectacular 2.7-mile marble causeway crossing Lake Champlain. Those who like short and sweet might check out the 2.1-Eastern Promenade Trail showcasing Portland’s Casco Bay and Portland Harbor, or for lengthier adventures, New Hampshire’s 58-mile Northern Rail Trail—the longest rail-trail in the state—offers a variety of wooded landscapes, waterside enjoyment, and welcoming small towns. Whether you’re on your feet, wheels, or cross-country skis, there’s something for everyone in this collection of multiuse trails in Northern New England.
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All across the country, unused railroad corridors have been converted into public multiuse trails. Here, the experts from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy present the best of these rail-trails—as well as other multiuse pathways—in Pennsylvania. You’ll appreciate the detailed maps for each trail, plus driving directions to trailheads. Quick, at-a-glance icons indicate which activities each trail can accommodate, from biking to fishing to horseback riding. Best of all, the precise descriptions are written by rail-trail experts, so you know it’s information that you can rely on! Take a multi-day journey on the 152-mile Great Allegheny Passage, or enjoy a speedy out-and-back on the 4-mile Greater Hazleton Rails to Trails. Pennsylvania clocks in with 146 total rail-trails, so you’re sure to find the perfect route. Whether you’re on feet, wheels, or skis, you’ll love the variety in this collection of multiuse trails—from beautiful waterways and scenic areas to the hustle and bustle of the states’ urban centers!
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In this exceptional guidebook, author Linda Stager (herself a resident of Wellsboro) takes you on a mile-by-mile tour of the Pine Creek Valley via the Pine Creek Rail-Trail. She shows you landmarks, tells stories about the history of the region, and imparts practical advice for a successful trip along the trail. The Pine Creek Rail Trail is one of Pennsylvania’s destination trails, and for good reason. The 62-mile well-maintained trail runs at the bottom of super-scenic Pine Creek Gorge, commonly called the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. The gorge runs 800–1,400 feet deep and a mile wide. A natural travel route through northern Pennsylvania for American Indians, the gorge in 1883 became the route of the Jersey Shore, Pine Creek and Buffalo Railway (later named Pine Creek Railway). The last freight passed through in 1988, and the trail was born in 1996 and extended to its present length in 2012.
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All across the country, unused railroad corridors have been converted to public multiuse trails. Here, the experts from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy present more than 50 destination rail-trails, as well as other multiuse pathways, in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Within these pages, you can explore two Hall of Fame Rail-Trails: the Minuteman Bikeway with its rich historical connections to the American Revolution and the East Bay Bike Path with its quintessential New England waterfront views. You’ll discover trails that traverse the quiet woodlands of Connecticut and the charming communities of Rhode Island, and you'll learn about ambitious trail projects spanning multiple counties across Massachusetts, like the Mass Central Rail Trail and the Border to Boston Trail. These adventures and more await you on the many multiuse trails of the region.
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