Tuesday, December 18, 2018

DCNR Connector Trail Update - Bloody Skillet to Whiskey Springs

In mid December a group of folks met who are fueling the dream of  the North Central Pa Trail Initiative in Pennsylvania which will eventually open over 1400 miles of legal OHV riding here.


Clinton County Commissioner Jeff Snyder opens the meeting.

It was just five short years ago when some folks from the Central Mountains ATV Association and the Snow Shoe Rails to Trails met with the DCNR and other local legislators, tourism committees, business owners and local residents to present their dream of creating a network of legal riding here in Pa similar to the Hatfield McCoy Trail System in WV.


Click Here to link to updated trail maps.

To date the CMATVA has helped legalize, sign and maintain 688 miles of legal riding in Pa. The goal with the help of Governor Wolfs recent signing of the Fiscal Code HB 1929 is to have 1400 miles of legal riding running from the Snow Shoe Rails to Trails the whole way to the NY state line by 2024.

Click Here  to read the Fiscal Code


DCNR representative Albright brings the team up to date on the Renovo Connector Trail.

One of the first phases of the development is to link the Bloody Skillet to the Whiskey Springs state trail system through the town of Renovo by April of 2020.  Representative Albright showed the options that the DCNR is working on to meet the deadline.

http://www.jimbullphoto.com/files/12_2018_NCPA_ATV_Initiative_update_1_.pdf



www.cmatva.org

The Central Mountains ATV Association has led the charge to make this trail system a reality.


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