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BobTheBuilder from Cleveland, Ohio on 5/16/2020 5:00:10 PM:
Has anyone ridden the Redbank Valley Rail trail north of Pittsburgh? Also we rode a section of Raill66 in that same area. Nice. And more to be paved soon

Rivnuts from Homestead, PA on 5/17/2020 8:44:22 AM:
I rode the Redbank Valley Trail from its origin on the Armstrong Trail to Brookville a couple of years ago. It is a nice rail trail and an easy ride. There is some pavement into and around New Bethlehem and Brookville. In normal times those small towns have diners and restaurants to eat and/or obtain food/drink. I recall there being one campsite on the way toward New Bethlehem. Others who have ridden this trail more recently and more frequently will have additional info, I'm sure.