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Horseshoe Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This ride takes in a small section of the 120-mile long Horseshoe Trail. The Horseshoe Trail starts in Valley Forge Historical Park at the Woolman memorial Marker on the south bank of Valley Creek and takes a meandering line west to where it intersects with the Appalachian Trail on Sharp Mountain, just northeast of Hershey, Pennsylvania. The trail passes through Hopewell Village National Historical site and the adjoining French creek State Park. From French Creek State Park the trail cuts west through the Furnace Hills, hugging the Lebanon and Lancaster County Line. The main trail is clearly marked with yellow blazes and all side trails are marked with white blazes. Sections of the trail are open to mountain biking and offer some very steep and technical riding. Terrain: Rocky singletrack, doubletrack, and gravel roads."
--Bob D'Antonio, Mountain Biking the Greater Philadelphia Area (Falcon Guides).
thistrail is very fun. fire road climbs,single track down hill.the whole mt gretna area is a criss crossed maze,be ready to spend the day!
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