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posted Mar 27, 2018
This one-mile long loop trail meanders along the river and includes benches, observation decks, and an informational kiosk. Visitors can observe the resident and migratory wildlife and breathtaking Oklahoma landscape at the Refuge.
The 1,000th National Recreation Trail dedicated to refuge manager killed on United Flight 93.
Multi-use trail follows the Umpqua River for 79 miles into the Cascade Mountains.
The Bureau of Land Management's Whittaker Creek campground provides the trailhead for this scenic climb through huge Douglas ﬁr trees, as well as western hemlock, red cedar, red alder, and big leaf maple
The Row River Trail runs 15.6 miles along an abandoned rail line from Cottage Grove to Dorena Lake, Culp Creek and the nearby Umpqua National Forest.
A glimpse of the early 1900s as the rail trail passes through several abandoned coal mining towns.
Traversing York County to the Maryland border, this 19-mile multi-use trail provides an integral link in a statewide trails system and epitomizes the concept of a close-to-home trail experience, but has regional, State, and national significance as well.
This 30-mile section of the 193-mile Mason-Dixon Trail is a hiking trail that follows the lower Susquehanna River in York County, PA. There are beautiful views, deep ravines with waterfalls, and several big climbs and descents to where streams have carved out canyons in the river hills.
The Juniata River Water Trail is a component of the Pittsburgh to Harrisburg Main Line Canal Greenway, a 320-mile corridor of natural wonders, history, culture, and recreation following the path of the historic Main Line Canal.
This urban rail-trail parallels the riverbanks in the Pittsburgh area for about 21 miles, often on both sides of the rivers, and offering a spectacular view of the city.
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