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The gorgeous Great Allegheny Passage provides 150 miles of almost flat hiking and biking trail connecting Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Maryland. It was the first trail to earn a spot in the National Rail-Trail Hall of Fame.
Point State Park, home of the western terminus marker.
One of the many many beautiful scenic sections of river trail along the 150-miles.
The famous crossing of Mason-Dixon line at mile 20.5 from Cumberland Maryland. A popular photo stop.
Trail travelers are treated with amazing outdoor recreation traveling in and out of tunnels, under bridges, and here along the famous Western Maryland Scenic Railroad.
So many more sights, towns and businesses all along the way to welcome you, refuel you, tell you about the trail and help you have the "Ride of your life!"