Kinzua Bridge State Park, Mt. Jewett, Lantz Corners, Kane
A long-distance trail, with the sections from Lantz Corners to the Kinzua Bridge State Park, and Kane to Lamont is now open. The connecting link from Kane to the Rt. 219 crossing at Lantz Corners is expected to be fully completed by 2022.
Kinzua Bridge State Park to Mt. Jewett to Lantz Corners
A 7.5-mile crushed limestone surface trail open for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and horseback riding. Trailhead parking in Mt. Jewett is behind the Borough office building features an information kiosk, bike rack and bicycle repair station it is located at the intersection of Center Street and Peterson Street.
The second trailhead is at the overflow parking lot at the Kinzua Bridge State Park, 296 Viaduct Road, Mt. Jewett, PA. Trail is handicapped accessible. Difficulty level is easy. This section of trail is maintained by the MJ2KB Trail Club – Mount Jewett 2 Kinzua Bridge State Park.
Kane to Lamont, Kane to Kane Country Club, Country Club to Rt. 219 at Lantz Corners
Currently a 4.5-mile trail from the Route 6 Kane Country Club, through Kane to Lamont is open ONLY FOR BIKING & HIKING. No snowmobiles or horses are permitted on this section of trail as it is close to residential homes. Trailhead parking is across from the Country Fair along Route 6 near Kane, and Welsh Street near the old train depot. There is also parking behind the Kane Area High School, near the trail bridge over the active railroad line.
Please remember to be courteous, especially at the golf course section of trail if people are hitting or putting. The section from the Country Club to Rt. 219 at Lantz Corners is expected to be completed by 2022. This section of trail is maintained by the TAMED – Trail Association of McKean & Elk Divide.
Knox & Kane Rail Trail – Total Trail Length will be 73.8 miles
Currently under construction, with portions of the trail already completed as listed above, and by Forest County and Route 66 Trail Organization in Clarion County. When fully completed the trail will span from the Kinzua Bridge State Park to the Clarion Junction, 73.8- miles in length. The rail corridor is under the ownership of Headwaters Charitable Trust.