Now that summer is around the corner, it’s the perfect time to hit the trails. There are a number of great locations in the area to visit, each of which offers a range of trails for both beginners and more advanced adventurers. For instance, you can learn more about the Cumberland Valley Rail Trail by reading on.
According to the Visit Cumberland website, one of the top places to hike in PA is the Appalachian Trail. This intense hike covers over 46 miles in the Cumberland Valley, and it’s actually one of the midway points for the extensive 2,189-mile trail. The Appalachian Trail is known for its difficulty—taking many people 6 months to traverse in total. However, the small portion that spreads across the Cumberland Valley is great for those looking for a weekend trip.
The Cumberland Valley Rail Trail is also popular. This 11-mile hike is perfect for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. It connects Newville and Shippensburg, making it ideal for those who are new to hiking.
Check out the Pole Steeple Trail as well. This 0.75-mile trail is very difficult due to its steep conditions. Made from a quartzite outcrops, the Pole Steeple Trail is deceivingly short, one reason experienced hikers fall in love with the location. You also get great views of Pine Grove Furnace State Park.
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