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The Pine Creek Rail-Trail Guidebook : A Bicycle Ride Through History
by Linda Stager




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Linda Stager, Wellsboro, PA resident and author takes you on a mile-by-mile, narrated tour of the exceptional 62-mile Pine Creek Rail-Trail.

She shows you landmarks, tells stories about the history of the region and imparts practical advice for a successful trip along this award-winning, multi-purpose trail built along an unused railroad corridor.

Linda, a retired social worker, and human services assistant administrator has lived in Wellsboro, at the Trail's northern terminus for most of her adult life.

After retirement, she learned how to ride her bicycle again and set off on trail adventures. As she rode, she often wondered about the area where she was riding and decided that a guidebook might be in order--for herself as well as others.

Linda brings her cameras along on her trail rides, and her book is illustrated with her photos.

The book divides the trail into seven sections with mileage markers wherever she points out something of interest. Linda also peppers the book with anecdotes of her travels as well as regional folklore, and old photos. There are also separate sections detailing the Access Areas for the trail, Rules and Regulations, weather, distances, and practical advice on riding the trail.

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Overview

Linda Stager, Wellsboro, PA resident and author takes you on a mile-by-mile, narrated tour of the exceptional 62-mile Pine Creek Rail-Trail.

She shows you landmarks, tells stories about the history of the region and imparts practical advice for a successful trip along this award-winning, multi-purpose trail built along an unused railroad corridor.

Linda, a retired social worker, and human services assistant administrator has lived in Wellsboro, at the Trail's northern terminus for most of her adult life.

After retirement, she learned how to ride her bicycle again and set off on trail adventures. As she rode, she often wondered about the area where she was riding and decided that a guidebook might be in order--for herself as well as others.

Linda brings her cameras along on her trail rides, and her book is illustrated with her photos.

The book divides the trail into seven sections with mileage markers wherever she points out something of interest. Linda also peppers the book with anecdotes of her travels as well as regional folklore, and old photos. There are also separate sections detailing the Access Areas for the trail, Rules and Regulations, weather, distances, and practical advice on riding the trail.



This item is Non-Returnable.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780986253973
  • ISBN-10: 0986253979
  • Publisher: Linda Stager
  • Publish Date: December 2015
  • Page Count: 208
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.54 pounds


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