Trails & Rec

If you want new places to hike or bike, the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors region is blessed with hundreds of miles of marvelous trails awaiting your exploration. From flat, leisurely rail-trails to steep, rugged mountain routes, the variety here will appeal to everyone from young families to adventure racers. The Redbank Valley Trail, Pennsylvania’s first Trail of the Year, and many others throughout the region offer year-round usage for hikers, mountain bikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, and more.

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Located in Elk State Forest, unique rock formations and breathtaking views from vistas including Mason Hill Overlook, known as "Top of the World." Loop is 4.57 miles from trailhead.

This 1/2-mile trail is the newest addition to Gobbler's Knob. Along the trail you will enjoy metal art, educational and informational signage, and the natural beauty of the area.

A 10.7 mile groomed trail system located in the Allegheny National Forest. Parking, warming hut and restroom are available. Well marked trails for all experience levels.

Hike through managed wildlife habitat, short one-mile loop to Cole Run Pond. Longer loop is 3.1 miles around Cole Run Pond.

892-acre natural area offering remote hiking along the headwaters of Lower Jerry Run through a large stand of old-growth white pine and hemlock.

15-mile trail following Mahoning Creek for most of its path connecting Valier with Winslow via Punxsutawney with six trail-heads for hikers and cyclists.

More than 75 miles with three interconnecting loops for ATV and motorbike trails. Open Friday before Memorial Day-last Sunday in September and late December-April 1. Main trailhead parking on Route. 66, north of Marienville.

Seven miles of hiking trail features many giant boulders, scenic overlook. Popular with photographers. 

Explore the nationally recognized Clarion River and Toby Creek watershed as you make your way through Clarion County to the resort town of Foxburg.

Explore old-growth forests and the Clarion River as the trail passes through the Clear Creek State Forest and Cook Forest State Park.

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2019sat02mar7:00 pm9:00 pmFeaturedRoots & Boots Tour7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST St. Mary's High School, Carpin AuditoriumCounties:ElkCategory:Featured,Music

2019fri15mar(mar 15)5:00 pmsat16(mar 16)12:00 amFeaturedClarion River Jam Bluegrass Festival5:00 pm - 12:00 am (16) EST Park Inn by Radisson, 45 Holiday Inn RdCounties:ClarionCategory:Featured,Music

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