Pennsylvania’s Heritage Rail-Trail County Park revisited

imageHoward Tunnel, located approx. 1.5 miles south of the Brillhart Station trailhead

Now that Spring has arrived I wanted to re-visit the Heritage Rail-Trail Park, a small portion of which I had visited last December. This time I wanted to explore the trail further north, and in order to fit the trip into my regular work day schedule, I found a Rutter’s store off of exit 14 on I-83 near York with a couple of parking spots for large trucks. From there, it is just over three miles away from the Brillhart Station Trailhead (Click here for a map). This route to the trail is very hilly, but the trail itself, like most rail-trails, is very flat and easy to ride.

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About kevinmckague

I left my former dead-end job in 2006 in order to become a truck driver. I wanted a career that was recession-proof, and that offered more opportunity for adventure. Now I travel the country with my bike in the passenger seat, and look for new places to visit whenever the opportunity presents itself.
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