As you travel this easy and smooth trail from Grampian to Clearfield, you’ll enjoy the glistening waters of the Kratzer Run, the Anderson Creek and the Susquehanna River. The former railroad line carried tons of coal and quarried stone along the east coast, as well as clay which was used to make bricks in the many brickyards along the trail. This trail offers several opportunities for stops to enjoy the scenic beauty of the area with picnic tables available at around 2.5 miles, 4 miles, and 6.7 miles outside of Grampian. You’ll see several railroad bridges to remind you of the railroad commerce that was important to the area when the railroad was built in the late 1860’s and 1870’s. The first two bridges you pass are located in the borough of Curwensville about 4 miles outside of Grampian.