A spectacular 62-mile journey through the Pine Creek Gorge, often referred to as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, the Pine Creek Rail Trail is one of the premier rail-trails in the Northeast. It was new blacktop,relatively flat with a wide berm (about 3 miles). The first 26 miles from Wellsboro Junction to Blackwell includes the entire PA Grand Canyon. We rode about 30 miles on subseqient days. The Tioga Central Railroad station 0.5 mile east hosts an excursion train that runs north. We have encountered horseflies south of the Grand Canyon of PA but only where the trail allows horses on a separate shared trail. My wife and I decided to do a short get-away to Gaines Pa. and ride the Pine Creek Trail. These do limit your average speed if you are projecting your arrival time. The following day we parked at the Ansonia lot and had Pine Creek Outfitters pick up our vehicle and drop it off at our destination in Waterville. Get more stories delivered right to your email. They were working on extending the trail beyond Ansonia at the time. Because of the wilderness, they just want to make sure they can find you in case something happens. Only road 10 miles round trip. Map: Waterproof plastic; Publisher: Purple Lizard Maps; Second edition (2019) ISBN: 978-1-7923-0080-6 We did stop for lunch in Waterville. Despite the 2.5 hrs to get there from the Lehigh Valley...a trip well worth! The project has taken 19 years to construct so far. Become a member and wear your FREE T-Shirt with pride. Arrived May 29th 2012 did the entire trail with some repeated areas for a total of 100 miles in a weeks time.Saw Mother Bear with two cubs crossing the Pine Creek and was able to get a video of it.Saw lots of Deer with fawns,numerous birds was hoping to see a eagle but did not.The trail condition very good concidering it rained alot that week. Linda Stager, Wellsboro, PA resident and author takes you on a mile-by-mile, narrated tour of the exceptional 62-mile Pine Creek Rail-Trail. On the way back, we did discover a bike rental in Blackwell where you could buy Gatorade and snacks but that was it! We saw lots of wild life, the deer are use to people as we would pass by them on the trail they would just continue eating paying us no mind. Maybe some day. Drag your feet. Our second time here. There are plenty of rest stops along the way and even quite a few general stores. Lots of mountains, hills, streams....highly recommend this bike trail . The Turkey Path trail there is a great 1.5 mile hike straight up the canyon for great views. To reach the northern trailhead at Wellsboro Junction from I-180 W, take Exit 29 to merge onto US 15 N. Go 27.6 miles, and turn left onto SR 414. It's a great place for fishing. this trail is a lot like the Lehigh Gorge trail very high walls birds rivers great riding surface do the whole ride. The second one was with a young girl riding with other kids who wasn't paying attention and I rode off the trail to avoid her. There are apparently a lot of rattlesnakes in this area and it was only a little further along the trail that we saw our one! Actually, it was before ANYTHING was open -- almost. I rode the trail during the hottest days of the summer. Day 2 had some very interesting photo ops and vistas. This section is ideal for finding solitude. A great time and I highly recommend it. I rode the full trail up and back on two seperate days on my cyclocross bike. To get there you need to do the following: Going North on Route 220, take a right onto Route 44 Main Street into town. The surface was finely-crushed slate of some sort and was well drained and in about as good of condition as any unpaved rail trail I have ever seen. The inside of the hotel was beautiful and the free breakfast was very good. Cell phones do not work along most of the trail due to the deep canyon and rural area. We rode from Blackwell south, which we like better than heading north towards Wellsboro. The majority of this trip is spent pedaling along the scenic banks Pine Creek on the trail sharing the same name. The water tasted good. ", TrailLink is a free service provided by Rails-to-Trails conservancy, We're a non-profit all about helping you enjoy the outdoors, Butler Road just south of Lower Marsh Creek Road (Wellsboro Junction) and Seminary St. between McClintock Alley and Fountain St. (Jersey Shore). Absolute gem! Rode the trail in segments Thursday through Sunday, mostly out and back except for one day from Ansonia to Cedar Run then a pickup by Pine Creek Outfitters. Explore the best trails in Pine Glen, Pennsylvania on TrailLink. saw 2 black snakes and 1 rattlesnake..yuk!! The stretches with new gravel were a bit difficult, as we are so spoiled by Allegheny Valley and Sandy Creek, but the majority of the trail was very rideable on either bike, if not the asphalt we are used to. We both had road bikes with 700x25 tires and it's absolutely fine for that in case your concerned. Wish therewere more like it in this area, especially Bradford County.A nice rest, picnic area is in Tiadaughton.". My wife and I rode the trail on July 27 and July 28, doing about 30 miles each day. ", "When the lower section is constructed this summer (2002), the south end of the trail will run to the Town of Jersey Shore in Pennsylvania. Over all it was a great trip, even with the rain. I had 2 close calls today though. Our first “overnight trip” was on the Erie Canal Trail beginning in Lockport. ", "We have ridden the whole thing and it is a very nice ride, especially when you stop at Cedar Run for a treat. The Pine Creek trail will spoil you rotten! I will be back to do the entire trail with a few friends in the spring! A disappointment of the GAP trail was the lack of bridges; Pine Creek has a fair amount from Blackwell south. Well shaded for us on hot July days. Did about 12 miles of this trail from north to south from the trailhead in Ansonia. We stayed at a b n b at Cedar Run but there are very nice campgrounds on the river in the same vicinity. There is a store and farmers market at the start. The mountain views are spectacular along this section, as are the views of the creek below. In the winter, the trail is open for cross-country skiing. "UpdateSeveral weeks ago the Pine Creek rails to trail was officially opened from Ansonia north to near Wellsboro Junction. The old railway bridges offered spectacular views of the canyon, creek and wildlife. I'll pay it forward! The wildlife is unreal, bald eagles, osprey diving down to grab trout out of the creek, deer, black bear, river otters, large variety of birds and plenty of timber rattlers. Rode south the first day to Waterville and back on hybrid and road bike. Saw a bald eagle. Great trail. From Slate Run, it's about another 26 miles to the end of the trail in Jersey Shore. It was then an easy bike to Hoffman's Camping Area where we set up our tents early. The State of Pennsylvania deserves a medal for its work building and maintaining this trail. Plans are in the works to continue the bicycle path from Jersey Shore south to Harrisburg as part of the Greenways project extending from Buffalo, New York, to the Chesapeake Bay.Kerry Aucker570-398-1676". After the first few miles you will see few people, but the trail is perfect for miles! Any type of bike can be used on the trail with no problem; however, if I had to recommend a specific bike it would be a hybrid/trail bike. as they flew like starfighters inches above the creek in close formation.It is probably better later in the season, but if you ride early or late in the year like I did, be sure to bring your own water. From the trail head at the north, it's about a 4 1/2 mile bike ride along the road into Wellsboro and construction has begun to extend the trail into town - I'm not sure when completion is expected. From Blackwell, south you'll begin to ride through small villages that offer opportunities for food and water. There are Seven very nice Restrooms along the trail with two others under construction. Make sure you go see the Grand Canyon of PA also it is really nice especially with the fall colors. The trail is wide, well maintained, and easy to ride on. I did this great trail from Jersey Shore to Wellsboro Pa and back staying in Wellsboro over night, please read tjwagners review from August of 2011 as JT did a great job with lots of great information. Went to two craft brewery restaurants...one in Mansfield the other in Wellsboro. The Pine Creek Rail Trail is one of Pennsylvania’s destination trails, and for good reason. There is also a 1" PVC pipe with water sticking out of the hillside along the way but since I didn't know what it was, I just passed it up. If you are going over night the local Police patrol the parking lot. We rode from mile marker 9 (Darling Run) to 17 (Tiaghton Camp) the first day out and back, little bit tough for us coming back up the grade, it is not extreme but we were tired and it was really hot. Its a beautiful, pristine, 62 miles of sheer pleasure. It is on Railroad Street. Bring your hiking legs! Great nitelife there too. This is not my favorite trail as there are no towns to visit along the way. All 63 miles of this wonderful trail are open and were biked in 2 days and an afternoon with wife driving shuttle allowing one way biking downhill. A study is being done at this time to consider extending the trail into the borough of Wellsboro. This was my first visit, and certainly won't be my last. It stretches 62 miles from Jersey Shore to Wellsboro Junction along Pine Creek. We have found only a few other trails that even come close to matching the overall quality and experience of biking along Pine Creek. We too rode the trail from Ansonia to Jersey Shore in two days over Memorial Day and loved it! Wildlife: Deer, hawks, geese, and ducks are seen regularly along the trail. Started at the caboose in Jersey Shore and rode the 11.5 miles (according to my GPS) to Waterville for lunch and a few adult beverages on the patio at the Waterville Tavern. I rode this trail Sunday and Monday the 29th and the 30th of September. A hidden gem. I'd put it in my top 3. we started at the Jersey shore end and went 15 miles, just a little past Dry run and then turned around. Beautiful scenery from a well maintained trail with campgrounds available if desired. I just rode this trail on 8/28, rode the entire length to mile marker 63 in seven hours. The trail is excellent! I would prefer to ride my road bike rather than the mountain bike, but wanted some opinions of which is more appropriate from experienced riders. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here: Thank you! There is only about a 1% percent overall grade. I tried this trail last year, on the way home from the Great Allegheny Passage, in a heavy rain wearing a poncho. This 62-mile-long hiking and biking trail travels through the Pine Creek Gorge starting 3 miles west of the Penn Wells at the Junction of Routes 6 … Saw flock of common mergansers, three deer, one with a fawn and a heron. North of Slate Run and Sorth of Slate Run. One of the premier rail-trails in the Northeast, the Pine Creek Rail Trail in Pine Creek Gorge offers travelers a spectacular 62-mile journey through the area commonly referred to as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. Even with the rain, the scenery is great and we in good spirits. The scenery was spectacular, rhododendron and fragrant honey locust blooming, eagles and deer, the river dotted with fly fishers and colorful kayaks. We usually spot a bald eagle or two along the creek. To experience this trail is worth the drive. Everything came together: the weekend of 19 October was perfect weather wise and the fall colors were spectacular. I had a squirrel playing chicken with me; I think I just touched his tail with my front tire. You are riding along Pine Creek with Mountains on both sides. Good parking and bathroom facilities. Kept looking for the town of Ansonia but never found it? I also remember being very tired after riding the 40 miles in one day…. There are motels on Rt 6 just west of there. It was OK, but I would have given my first born for pavement !! Wonderful trail! This trail was the best Rail Trail we have been on in terms of trail condition, scenery, trail facilities, access areas and towns with trail services. The trail was clear of debris and the surface was hard. There is NOTHING along this segment of the trail except remote campgrounds, hiking trails, and a few cabins along the side of the creek. Once you are within about 5 miles of Jersey Shore, the trail once again leaves Pine Creek and is much less scenic but when you reach Jersey Shore, you are greeted with a state-of-the-art comfort station and other historical information on the development of Pine Creek Valley. If you ride this trail you will think you are truly in God's country, which is one of the reasons why there isn't anywhere to eat at Ansonia. The Pine Creek Rail Trail is approximately 65 miles (105 km) from end to end, and it generally follows a north–south orientation. We started at the Pine Creek Outfitters where we left our car and scheduled a Jersey Shore pick-up with them on Tuesday afternoon. The northern end is about 3 miles from Wellsboro. With the original intent to canoe the canyon we changed our plans when the water level was too low. The Jersey Shore, Pine Creek & Buffalo Railroad began operating here in 1883, carrying timber to sawmills in towns along the floor of the gorge. Next time we'll start at Slate Run and ride to Ansonia. Calling ahead for a reservation is a must. They work very well on the crushed limestone trail. We're heading back in a couple weeks and look forward to another special ride. There are places just off the trail for food on this half. We started at a parking lot North of Cammal and rode to Blackwell and back. This is an area that is worth exploring. pass through very quaint hamlets if one desires a snack or drink. We did see a few kayaks but in August the water level in the creek was low. We had trail bars in our room. The last 10 or so miles from Waterville to Jersey Shore offers a few bathrooms and a nice finish to a long ride but no supply stops. I would definitely do it again, but with Big Apple tires. Once you get to Blackwell, this portion of the trail is called the Grand Canyon of PA. Do you have advice for other hikers? Unless the weather has been bad, almost any bicycle tire would work. Again, the maintenance crew clears debris and smooths the trail regularly. They are clusters of a few homes with no outlets for water or food. Try experiencing the canyon on foot for "top down views". You will receive your first email soon. You’ll encounter numerous trailheads and towns along the final 33 miles to Jersey Shore (the name refers to an early family from New Jersey) on the West Branch Susquehanna River. There is no public access to drinking water so plan accordingly. Once you arrive at the trail head at Wellsboro Junction you are close to a small ice cream/convenience store which came in handy to obtain a cold beverage. Since we would be riding back to our car, we were lightly packed with rain gear, lunch, bike necessities, and our camelbacks loaded with water. Go 2.5 miles, and bear right to stay on SR 287. Comfort stations well spaced and for the most part clean. There was no no bear this time.". 3:30 ¿ At 4:25 PM stopped at Cammal Comfort station- 11 hrs 22 min on bikes-110.78 total miles – ave 9.8 mph – 7.1 miles to go!! ", "I rode the trail on Friday, May 10, and I was totally surprised at how well maintained the 44 plus miles are. The trail continues along Pine Creek and runs adjacent to Route 414 and 44. I rode from Jersey Shore to Waterville and back, approximately 25 miles round trip. At 71 years of age it was tiring. Sitting 17.2 miles south of the Ansonia Access Area, the Blackwell Access Area is a great place to end your bike ride on the Pine Creek Rail Trail. There are water pumps along the Pine Creek Trail to refill your water bottles and comfort stations(pit toilets) every few miles, but were very clean. Last summer, 2016 my husband and I rode each part approx 12-17 miles in one direction and then back to our parking spot making many nice 25-35 mile rides . Although most of the trailheads have pumps, I find the water tastes very metallic (due to the old metal pumps). Pine Creek Outfitters near Wellsboro offers shuttle services. We must have met 40 or more groups along the trail. After Cedar Run it was only about 5 more miles to the Manor Hotel in Slate Run where we stayed the night. There is something for everyone in the Pine Creek Gorge, you can bike, hike,walk,jog,horseback riding,fish and go camping. Dinner at the Cedar Run Inn was excellent and we were able to arrange for breakfast there as well. I set up a base camp at the northern end of the trail at Leonard Harrison State Park. plenty of bathroom facilities, parking areas along the trail. The views all along the way on the Pine Creek are simply beautiful. Starting at Slate Run, i went south to Jersey Shore, then the next day, i did the northern half (not bad for an old man). Was a great ride as this trail is in great condition with recent felled trees cut up and removed from riding areas. But we were not wet (no rain) and no breakdowns! Big birds, rabbits, chipmunks, deer, ducks, snakes and one bear. Check or FAQs for more common login questions. The 16.5-mile section between Ansonia and Blackwell is the most beautiful part in my opinion. See what others think about the trail and their experience while riding (or walking, jogging). I wish we lived closer so we could get here more often. Just a great ride for everyone. On the way out and back we stopped at several lovely locations that afforded us spectacular views. You will not believe this trail and what the good people out there are doing for our recreational activities. I used this as a place to return to every couple of days to get refreshed and stock up on food and clean clothes. I started early in the day in Wellsboro. Wellsboro is a quaint town and I had dinner at Wellsboro House, a micro brewery. My best friend Dave & I schedule a two day ride each year. ... Our dinners were nice too. The nice folks at Pine Creek Outfitters (in Ansonia) drove our car down to the Waterville parking area. The Pine Creek Rail Trail is a 62-mile bike path that follows an old railroad bed along the bottom of the Pine Creek Gorge. We normally ride the Lower Trail in Central Pa., which is much shorter so this was a real blast to be able to ride on a trail as long as this. We rode 25 miles the first day in the rain and loved it. Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. There are plenty of rest rooms and benches along the way to stop when you need to. Take the Turkey Path trail at 3.5 miles past the Darling Run trailhead to enjoy waterfall views. The Pine Creek Gorge is immaculately maintained even with rain on my ride I didn't experience any sections that were rutted or riddled with mud pools. I should also mention that the first 25 miles or so out of Wellsboro are reasonably isolated with few rest stations and no options to stop at a convenience store as you have leaving Jersey Shore, so be sure to have some food and plenty of your preferred beverage to get you through this section. The hard packed stone is easy to ride. The Park Service does ask you to get a camping permit, but it is free. My son and I rode the trail together August 13th and 14th 2017. The trail is described as gravel, its pretty hard packed and great to ride you don't need a mountain bike to do it. ", "My wife and I decided to spend our spring break in Blackwell, PA in order to explore the Pine Creek Trail...what a wonderful asset hidden in this beautiful part of PA! I read a review on someone on slicks, so I put a pair on. Trail is closed till September 20th 2014 for gas line work mile marker 54 to 58. Although the pedaling was easy, there was never a time where we could just coast. The route passes between Colton Point State Park on the right and Leonard Harrison State Park on the left. Foolishly I failed to bring a spare, no repair kit or pump. I should note that the trail map shows a lot of towns along the route. The only downside of the ride was the cold and wind. I rode the "lower" portion of the Pine Creek Trail in mid-June 2019. 44 and picked up the trail 4 miles up ahead. We ended our first day at Cedar Run, the mid-way point on the trail. There are clean restroom stops, picnic tables, benches, and state camping sites along the way. Travel is easy, but the tread can be partially obscured by the meadow grass & flowers. Black Forest Trail Map (PDF) Golden Eagle and Bob Webber Trail Map (PDF) Hikes in the Northern Tiadaghton State Forest Map and Brochure (PDF) Tiadaghton Trail Map and Brochure (PDF) Central Mountains Shared Use Trail (PDF) The first day we rode about 23 miles to Cedar Run Village. Would definately recommend this trail and will be coming back to it in my future biking. Make sure you visit the Wellsboro diner for a piece of pie. Made for good entertainment while eating. We rode from Ansonia to Jersey Shore and all used mountain bikes. The gates are well marked and very easy to navigate. looking forward to going back and exploring more! You may want to check it out and go for a ride. The trail is so perfectly maintained, you can't believe that you are riding on and old rail line. The access point at Anconia needs to be marked on Rt. I think the entire area is just fantastic and beautiful. Rich O';-). Bicycling and hiking are extremely popular during the spring, summer, and fall. The grade is slightly down hill from Ansonia to Jersey Shore so choose your start and finish accordingly. The DCNR worker told us that we had just passed another snake along the trail and walked us back about 50 feet. I stayed at the Wellsboro Lodge, in an outside room what a dump. RIDING THE PINE CREEK TRAIL IN THE GRAND CANYON OF PA BY PAT CODISPOTI I can’t remember the exact year that my husband and I began riding mountain bikes. The section from Ansonia to Tiadaghton is open to horses. Water was available at Tiadaughton and Darling Run access areas. Stayed at the PennWellsHotel in Wellsboro. 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