Hiking, biking, jogging, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are welcome along the entire trail. Equestrian use will soon be permitted on designated sections of the trail from westline to us route 219.
No motorized vehicles, except handicapped electric scooters and power chairs. No golf carts allowed.
Pack-it-in, Pack-it-out. Please don't litter or leave behind belongings.
Pedestrians have the right of way.
Stay on the trail and respect private property.
Children under the age of 12 operating a bicycle or as passengers are required by PA law to wear a helmet.
Animals must be under owners control. Pet waste must be removed from the trail.
No fires or camping, except in designated areas.
Trail Safety Tips
Use common sense, courtesy, and caution.
When bicycling, wear a helmet.
Keep to the right, pass on the left.
Give an audible signal when passing other trail users.
Check your bike, skis and gear for any issues before embarking.
Carry a map, always know where you are.
During hunting season use extra caution - check the Pennsylvania game commission's website for dates of hunting seasons, and always wear florescent orange when accessing the trail during these times of the year.