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Red Bank Valley Trail

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Trailblazers Welcome

Located approximately an hour northeast of Pittsburgh, you’ll find entry points to the Red Bank Valley Trail in Brookville, New Bethlehem and East Brady. Named DCNR's first ever trail of the year in 2014, the Redbank Valley Trail is a 50+ miles, non-motorized 4-season trail, beloved by outdoor enthusiasts and nature-seekers.

Things to do


Ride the trails

The Red Bank Valley Trail is popular with bicyclists, hikers, cross-country skiers, and those traveling by snow-shoe. Explore this well-maintained, scenic trail, with over 40 miles running parallel to the Red Bank Creek.


Plan your trip

Plan your trip at the Red Bank Valley Trails Association website, with maps, information on lodging and trail towns, trail conditions, and special events.