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Blaisdell-Emery Trail

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Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 4 miles
County: McKean

Trail Description

The Blaisdell-Emery Trail, previously named the South Trail, is open for hikers and bicyclists. There is a crushed sandstone surface on the railroad embankment, a new bridge near Minard Run and a new deck on the bridge at Brown Town Road. The northern trail head is on Owens Way in South Bradford. Park cars to the left and close to the trail. The trail begins on the abandoned railroad grade but soon turns off to pass under Route 219 then return to the railroad grade on the other side. The trail keeps to the railroad grade for the rest of its way and ends on Main Street in Lewis Run next to the entrance to the Keystone Powdered Metal plant.

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Difficulty: Moderate Length: 4 miles
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