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Explore the best rated trails in St Marys, PA, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Clarion-Little Toby Trail and Sentiero DiShay Trail . With more than 34 trails covering 403 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.
Almost 52 miles total on an out back of all the paved trail. Great ride through some cute little towns, some corn fields and quite a lot of woods.
I did a round trip ride on the Redbank this summer. (As an FYI I ride on 700x35 Marathon Plus tires.) I might suggest this trail is among the best maintained trails I have been on. Even the morning I rode in a light rain there were no puddles or mud. I don’t know why TrailLink says there is ballast. That is very unfair to the folks who have done such a great job on this trail. It’s very scenic as you would expect for this part of the country. And who doesn’t love (2) tunnels! There are also informative markers that are, well, informative and add a bit of local color to the ride. Depending on how much and where on the trail you ride you may need to plan your food stops. For example, on the western end of the trail I continued north on the Armstrong Trail to East Brady for lunch. Bring a bit of extra cash since not every restaurant takes credit cards. I plan to be back and will be bringing a few friends along this time.
40 mile ride, September 2023. Always a great ride on this trail. Parked at mile marker 7 in Lucinda and biked down to mile .50 in Shippenville. Then up to the other end of the trail at mile 20.5 at the Clarion/Forest County line. Most of the trail is well shaded but there are also a few beautiful sections of farmlands.
We rode from the Kinzua Bridge State Park to Lantz Corners. It was a very hot day but the trail is mostly shaded. It is smooth and in great condition. We very much enjoyed it. We will be back.
Very nice trail. Its' appears to be fairly new since it lack potholes or raised section due to tree roots.
A couple things to note:
1) You will need sun screen. The trail goes thru farmland and forested area, so you can't depend on trees to protect you from the sun
2) Will you have to cross road that have traffic on it. Please be aware of this if you are riding with children
3) The end of the trail connects with a different trail so if you don't pay attention you will continue to ride without realizing it. I had planned on only do 20 miles, I did 27 before I turned around. Sorry to say I don't know what the other trail was since it's not yet listed on this site
Rode a section of this incredible trail. Started at the Lawsonham Road parking lot and went roundtrip to New Bethlehem (28 miles total) as part of an August road trip to Clarion, PA. This section includes multiple large steel sculptures, two tunnels (bring a bright light), a couple of shelters (one with a restroom - Ray's Place), and lots of beautiful scenery. Flat, well maintained crushed stone surface. Excellent trail! Highly recommend and best of all, it's plenty wide and not crowded in the least. No cell phone service on most of the trail, so relax and enjoy the natural beauty plus creative sculptures.
E bike with pedal assist/no throttle. I had to shift into low gear to get exercise. The trail and Wolf Creek were very beautiful. The trail is mostly shaded in the summer
Nice short, scenic paved trail right in town. Way more walkers than bikes and when you ring your bell and give a shot “passing on your left” the majority of them are startled, and don’t know what to do. It’s not a good place for bikes in my opinion.
My E bike is pedal assist / no throttle. Needed to see what the bike could do, and what I could do. Started in Grampian, and rode to the outskirts of Clearfield. Quite the downhill into Curwensville. Went about 10 miles and turned around. The last 5 miles was a major uphill climb that I never could’ve done on my regular bike. The E bike and I made it up with no problem. The trail was very diversified and beautiful and I got lots of exercise. Great ride. P.S. I’m 70 years young in case it matters.
This place is immaculate and perfectly groomed trail with amazing structures built, signage is good, plenty of bridges, follows the creek and has two sections and runs into the armstrong trail. This is my #2 trail system in the whole state next to the gap. And I enjoy riding it more than the gap.
Went on a hike with a couple friends.
Nice and peaceful.
Lots of Birch, Beech, Maple, Hemlock trees, and I'm sure others.
It was mostly those listed tho.
There were a few trees down from windy weather.
You'll have to climb over/under or go around.
Big Mill Creek is nice, and so is the little run that flows into it.
We didn't hear very many birds, and didn't see any deer or anything.
Maybe next time.
We took most of the trails;
Spent all morning and early afternoon there exploring.
We found the brick spring house, pretty neat.
Rode Lawsomham Road to New Bethlehem--started off sunny, made it to first tunnel as skies opened up! Thankful for the cover; such a nice day, great ride. New Bethlehem: Neat little town, ate at Fox's 1 block off trail. Lots of history--check out the signs on trail.
Rode New Bethlehem to Summerville: another great ride, ate at Eats & Sweets, 2 blocks off trail on East Penn Street--owner bakes all the goodies, was super nice, food was terrific. Again, so much history.
Looking forward to riding the remainder of this great trail!
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