About The Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail
|The Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail starts a new season with a new look. The entire Collier portion has been resurfaced with crushed limestone; and the Walkers Mill parking lot has been black topped. We hope users will enjoy it! This work was possible from funds we received from users via donation envelopes in the mail boxes on the Trail, several grants and, of course, proceeds from multiple Rock the Quarry events. We now need to refill our coffers for new projects such as water lines then flush toilets. Please be generous!!!
We welcome new members. We especially need one or two people to handle vendors for Rock the Quarry this year which will take place on Aug. 23 & 24, 2019.
Come join us and share in the fun!
The Panhandle Trail is named after the Panhandle Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad, the abandoned rail line upon which it is built.
The Panhandle Trail stretches for 29 miles from Walkers Mill in Collier Township, PA to Colliers, WV.
As of August 2008, the entire trail is complete from Collier Township, PA to Colliers WV.
Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail is powered by dedicated volunteers and always welcomes new board members to help in planning annual events and in keeping up with regular trail maintenance. Visit our Contact page for information about volunteering and joining the board, as well as open positions as officers on the board.
About This Website
This website pertains to the portion of the Panhandle Trail maintained by the Collier Friends of the Panhandle Trail.
For portions of the Panhandle Trail located outside of Collier, click on the “Links” button above or search the Internet.
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