Pine Creek Rail Trail

EASY 9 reviews

Pine Creek Rail Trail is a 64 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Wellsboro, PA that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, mountain biking, and canoeing and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

64.0 miles 300 feet Point to Point

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64 mile rail trail that goes from Jersey Shore PA to Wellsboro PA. Follows the old railraod grade that snaked up Pine Creek. The trail also goes through the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

road biking
1 month ago

Beautiful woodsy scenery, easy flat ride from Jersey Shore to Waterville access area. Looking forward to using the rest of the trail.

road biking
1 month ago

This is a relatively easy rail trail, mild grade heading north, downhill in the other direction. A complete down and back is about 100 miles.

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1 year ago

Hiked 23 miles on this trail in one day. Was great. Rained for the first 3 hours but then was a beautiful day after. Really enjoyed the solitude. Saw several eagles and deer and a few other animals. Went up the turkey path on the Leonard Harrison side. Adds a little bit of uphill to an otherwise flat hike.

2 years ago

Just rode a section of this near slate run,absolutely a nice scenic ride. I will go again,starting at the south end. Saw deer,chipmunks and other small animals...great trail.

mountain biking
3 years ago

This is a great trail for riders of all levels. A good track for cardio work or easy riding, also a good place to take kids riding. The one and only issue I have found is that bicycle etiquette is not followed by the locals who live along the trail, so if you are there doing cardio work you can plan on being slowed down by large groups of riders.

mountain biking
4 years ago

This is the best for easy biking in a beautiful setting, especially the Waterville area.

mountain biking
5 years ago

I rode this 2 years ago on my road bike. Its a cinder trail so I wouldn't necessarily recommend this for a road bike, but I didn't have any problems. I road the full 64 miles and can attest to the beauty of the area.It follows the railroad so it is a very easy trail to hike. You do have to be careful of rattlesnakes soaking up the sun during the summer months, but overall this is a very popular and enjoyable trail.