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A 3.8-mile section of northern Pennsylvania's Knox Kane Rail Trail opened in McKean County in 2018. The crushed-stone pathway runs through a largely forested corridor between Center Street in Mount Jewett and Kinzua Bridge State Park. The park's signature feature is the 301-foot-high Kinzua Bridge Skywalk, which was the tallest railroad bridge in the world when it was built in 1882.
Trail advocates hope to one day expand this scenic rail-trail to 74 miles, continuing its southwest trajectory through Elk, Forest, and Clarion counties to end at Clarion Junction. The trail is named for the former rail line it follows, the Knox and Kane Railroad, which was used for both freight and passenger service.
On the eastern end of the trail, parking is available at Kinzua Bridge State Park (296 Viaduct Road). Parking is also available on the western end of the trail at the Center Street trailhead in Mount Jewett.
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