Explore Bedford County on your feet!
You can call us for a copy of our "Hiking Bedford County" brochure. Our phone number is (800)765-3331.
Rails to Trails of Bedford County
Public recreational access along the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River. The H&BT Rail Trail is open to hikers and bikers with 10.4 miles of trail open between Riddlesburg and Tatesville
See right for completed trailhead locations!
Rock N' Ridge Trail
1,500 to 2,300 feet. Steady uphill climb...then steady descent. This ridge and valley trail is suitable for families with older children.
Chappell's Field Trail
This is a gentle sloping loop trail with little gradient change.
It is Ideal for the Whole family and even for cross-country skiing.
Mountain Trail View
2,000 to 3,000+ feet elevation. Avoid during inclement weather due to chance of dense fog. Beautiful views. Not suitable for young children.
Easy hike through the forest. Not quite as flat and easy as the Lake Shore Trail, but still fine for most children. If you want a longer hike, combine with Shawnee’s Field Trail.
Lake Shore Trail
A beautiful trail, most of it on pea gravel. Fine for biking and you can push a stroller on most parts of the trail! Picnic tables. Little elevation change. Practically a sidewalk!
The highest knob, the sharpest ridgelines, and some of the most dramatic views on Mid State Trail await intrepid hikers in the Everett Region. Everett Region starts at a connection with trails of Green Ridge State Forest at the Maryland line, climbs the highest and wildest sections of Tussey Ridge, and ends at US 22 near Water Street.