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Explore the best rated trails in Mifflintown, PA. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Pine Creek Rail Trail and Buffalo Flat Trail. With more than 30 trails covering 288 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
I lost my black wristlet along this trail today (5/27/23) Please call me at (814) 937-7979 if found.
If you're looking for a nice flat trail that you can look at the scenery and not have to pay constant attention to people, where the next sharp turn is, and looking .25 mile ahead for where the trail is going , pick a different one. While most of the trail is flat and 90% of it is paved there are a lot more hills that we were expecting, and sections it can be confusing to navigate because the route in some spots is not well marked or the trail splits and comes back together for walkers/bikers making the map not very useful.
The size of gravel used to line the trail is to harsh for bicycling. I had to turn back because of the roughness. Awesome views though
So many things to see, side paths to the river, white cliffs of Conoy, historic towns, interpretive signs, and frequent potties ¿ The whole 14 miles was paved, but there was a small detour told it would be done soon. Nice mix of sunny and shady. Pretty busy for a weekday, don’t recommend a weekend if you avoid it.
The utility work is complete and the section from 8th Street to the Lebanon Expo is reopened and now completely paved !!! It returns to gravel as you head south to the Cornwall trailhead.
The section of trail that was closed in January is closed again, this time to repair the trail surface. Scheduled to be closed until May 5.
We went out Saturday to explore this trail. While it is quiet and fairly secluded, it is rough. Plenty of segments are gravel—difficult to maneuver; the dirt segments are fine. Biked out 6 miles and turned around—just not fun. Mountain bikers would enjoy it more. No restrooms.
Went out Saturday to explore the Stony Creek Trail. While it offers a quiet, scenic experience, the trail is rough—frequent sections of gravel are difficult to maneuver. The dirt sections are fine. Traveled 6 miles out from trailhead and turned around. No restrooms.
Wonderful trail. how is it not in the RTC Hall of Fame?
It is a very mixed surface, lots of variety. The part along the canal was nice.
This is more of a local commuter trail than a destination trail, but it's very nice nonetheless. This trail is just one small part of a large and growing network of off-street bicycle paths that make getting around the State College area by bicycle a relatively safe and pleasant experience. The trail connects the Penn State University campus (via the Penn State West Campus Bike Path) with the neighborhoods and commercial areas along North Atherton Street, Tudek Park, and the neighborhoods near Valley Vista Drive. Tudek is a large and very nice community park with its own small system of crushed-stone multi-use paths, picnic tables/shelters, sports fields, and other amenities.
The trail intersects with another bike path that runs parallel to nearly the whole length of Valley Vista Drive and Science Park Road which in turn connects to other bike paths serving a larger area around State College. The entire trail and connecting spur are paved with asphalt/concrete. The western end of the trail connects to a singletrack mountain biking trail that continues on through the Scotia Barrens (State Game Lands 176).
This is more of a local commuter trail than a destination trail, but it's very nice nonetheless. This trail is just one small part of a large and growing network of off-street bicycle paths that make getting around the State College area by bicycle a relatively safe and pleasant experience. The trail borders or passes though the Penn State University golf course for most of its length and connects the main part of the Penn State University campus with the west end of downtown State College and with several other bike paths that traverse a much larger area. The sections of the trail paralleling Atherton Street and West Park Avenue are asphalt and the sections paralleling Corl Street and West College Avenue are crushed stone.
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