Armstrong Trail Overview
Armstrong Trail located in Armstrong County Pennsylvania is
a 52 mile rail trail connecting Schenley,
Pa to East Brady, Pa. The trail occupies the former rail bed
of the Allegheny Valley Railroad which opened in 1852.
Trail is a nice scenic trail with many wooded nature areas,
historic sites and small towns. The trail has good access
points along its length and much natural beauty and wildlife.
In addition, most of the towns along the such as Ford, Kittanning
and Templeton have many restaurants, shops, and other attractions.
Trail surface varies from asphalt (10 miles) to crushed limestone,
to sandstone. The trail is well regarded and is continually
being improved by trail organizations every year. Recent improvements
include 5 miles of crushed stone, trail drainage improvements
and additional of amenities such rest rooms and picnic tables.
The Armstrong Trail
Asphalt (10 miles), Limestone, Sandstone
Points: Schenley, Pa, East Brady,Pa
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