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Mason Dixon Trail

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Difficulty: Easy
Length: 188 miles
County: York

Trail Description

The Mason Dixon Trail connects the Appalachian Trail with the Brandywine Trail. This long trail starts at Whiskey Springs, on the Appalachian Trail, in Cumberland County, PA and heads east towards the Susquehanna River, passing through Pinchot State Park en route. The trail then follows the west bank of the Susquehanna south to Havre de Grace in Maryland. Across the river, the M-DT continues east, passes through Elk Neck State Forest, then on to Iron Hill Park in Delaware, north along the Christina River and White Clay Creek to the White Clay Creek Preserve. The trail then heads northeast to its eastern terminus at Chadds Ford, PA on the banks of the Brandywine River. Volunteers are needed to do trail work including trail building, cutting brush back from the trail, cutting blown-down trees, blazing the trail and maintaining bulletin boards. For more information visit http://www.appalachiantrail.org, or http://www.mason-dixontrail.org

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Difficulty: Easy Length: 188 miles
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