Where does the Appalachian Trail go through PA?

Where does the Appalachian Trail go through PA?

Cumberland Valley Pennsylvania
46 miles of the Appalachian Trail meanders through Cumberland Valley Pennsylvania, including a 13-mile section that is the longest, lowest and flattest section on the entire trail and one of the most accessible portions to park and take a short day trip.

What is the highest point of the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania?

The Pinnacle
The Pinnacle is local high point on the Blue Mountain ridge of the Appalachian Mountains….The Pinnacle (Pennsylvania)

The Pinnacle
The Pinnacle Location of The Pinnacle in Pennsylvania
Highest point
Elevation 1,634 ft (498 m) NAVD 88
Prominence 315 ft (96 m)

When did Waynesboro PA become an Appalachian Trail Community?

Waynesboro and Washington Township Pennsylvania became an official Appalachian Trail Community as the Greater Waynesboro Area during a grand ceremony at Renfrew Institute’s Earth Day in April 2014.

Where to hike in Waynesboro, MD from Maryland?

Hiking north on the A.T. from Maryland across the Mason-Dixon line, you step into Washington Township, Franklin County, where the Greater Waynesboro Area’s folks wait to welcome you! With six AT access points in the Township alone, this area offers easy on/off for hikers of all sorts. Find us on Google maps! Follow us on Facebook!

Where is gwatc in Waynesboro, PA located?

Waynesboro, PA is located in south-central Pennsylvania (close to the Mason-Dixon line) approximately 60 miles from the Baltimore-Washington D.C. area and 130 miles from Philadelphia.

How to become a supporter of the Appalachian Trail?

The GWATC, being a recognized Trail Community, offers economic boosts for businesses who wish to become official supporters. Contact us for more information about becoming a supporter. Or visit the following link for more information from the offical Appalachian Trail website: