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Baptism Creek - 10/24/2023
The roughly mile long trail winds through Hopewell Furnace, featuring the East Race that bring water to run the furnace’s water wheel, along with other village buildings that are part of the iron making industry
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Blue Marsh Lake - 10/23/2023
This multi-use trail is 29.7 miles long encircling the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Blue Marsh Lake project, and is open to all non-motorized use, such as hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding
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Delaware Canal Heritage Trail - 10/18/2015
Paralleling the Delaware River between Easton and Bristol, this diverse trail contains a historic canal and towpath, many miles of river shoreline, and eleven river islands
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Delaware River Water Trail - Middle Delaware Segment - 7/20/2009
The trail follows one of the most remarkable rivers in the nation, rich in recreational, scenic, historic and natural resources
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Harrisburg Riverfront - 10/23/2023
A four mile long ribbon of park land along the Susquehanna River on Harrisburg's boundary
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Heritage Rail Trail (Seven Valleys) - 10/22/2023
The trail, sharing the corridor of the former Northern Central Railway chartered in 1828, provides a link for visitors to some of York City's oldest buildings and the creek where America's first iron steamboat chugged
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Horse-Shoe Trail - 10/24/2023
The NRT is a 17.4-mile segment of the 141-mile bridle ("Horse") and hiking ("Shoe") path connecting Valley Forge NHP and the Schuylkill River Trail with the Appalachian NST, and which is closely related to the development of the early iron industry
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Laurel Hill Cemetery Victorian Trail - 2/29/2016
A unique destination for connoisseurs of art, architecture and horticulture, and the final resting place of countless individuals who shaped the history of Philadelphia and the nation
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Lebanon Valley Rail Trail - 10/23/2023
The LVRT is a result of a unique public/private partnership with local municipalities serving a wide range of users including hikers, bikers, skiers, and horseback riders
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Mason-Dixon Trail - 10/22/2023
A 30 mile-long hiking path, following the western slopes of the Susquehanna River between Wrightsville and Norman Wood Bridge, with rock formations, stream crossings and scenic overlooks
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River Trail - 10/24/2023
The trail runs along the north side of the Schuylkill River at Valley Forge National Historical Park
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Schuylkill River Water Trail - 2/21/2013
The 142-mile trail passes through mountains, farms, towns, and cities as it makes its way from Pottsville to Philadelphia
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Susquehanna River Water Trail - Lower Section - 10/22/2023
Running from Harrisburg to the Mason-Dixon Line, the Lower Section passes through a tremendous diversity of natural and built environments, from industrial yards to bird habitat
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Union Canal Bike & Walk Trail - 10/23/2023
The 4.2-mile trail traces the former Union Canal towpath from the Reading city limits northward towards Blue Marsh Lake
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