What’s New

Just in time for the beautiful fall foliage, the northern trail development from the Riddlesburg Trailhead to the Red Cut picnic/rest area will be completed and open for trail users by the end of October 2019. This 2 mile extension of H&BT Trail will allow trail enthusiasts to travel from the Red Cut area of Riddlesburg to Tatesville for a total of 12.6 miles. No parking available at Red Cut, please plan to use newly paved parking lot at Riddlesburg Trailhead. Please do not trespass onto private property, driveways or private roads. Enjoy the  trail!

NEW GEOCACHES: More information at geocaching.com under BCRailstoTrails

Dero Fixit Bike Service Stations

Now available at the Tatesville and Hopewell Trailheads. The bike repair stand includes tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance. The heavy duty bike pump allows for easy inflation of bike tires.

NEW GEOCACHES: More information at geocaching.com under BCRailstoTrails

MILE MARKERS/MEMORIAL PLAQUES

The mile markers are in memory of Tom Waltman who served as vice-president of our non-profit organization Rails to Trails of Bedford County Inc. Friends of Tom Waltman have raised monies for the placement of mile markers along the 10.6 mile H&BT Trail as well as a bronze plaque at the Tatesville and Riddlesburg Trailhead areas. The bronze plaque indicates the mile markers are placed in memory of Tom Waltman and includes the organ donor inspired poem “The Legacy.” Kudos to friends Boyde Swindell and Roger Bowman for their efforts in this project!

 

PICNIC TABLES: Many thanks to Leadership Bedford County Class of 2018 for the donation of three picnic tables. The Broad Top Township supervisors have decided to use them for the  planned picnic area at Red Cut at the end of northern trail extension.

 

                                     COLOR RUN/WALK                                                                 

                                                       WHAT A BLAST!!

                                                                           MAY 5, 2018