This is one of Pennsylvania’s interstate trails, crossing the state line into New York near Erie, Pennsylvania. The 7.5-mile trail runs through the beautiful Brokenstraw Valley. Included in Corry’s rich railroad history is the invention and manufacturing of the Climax locomotive and rail cars that were used by the logging industry from 1888 until the 1920’s. The trail is hilly and rough, offering an adventure for outdoor enthusiasts year-round. Several crossings do not meet the grade of the road or have inclines where the cyclist may need to dismount. Transportation Enhancement funds have been approved to make vast improvements to the trail surface, drainage, and amenities such as trail heads and signage.