TRAIL ASSOCIATION OF THE MCKEAN/ELK DIVIDE (T.A.M.E.D)

Part of the Knox Kane Rail Trail in the PA Wilds

Three people walking on the trail
Trail Association of the McKean/Elk Divide (T.A.M.E.D)
Knox & Kane Rail Trail – TAMED Section – 4.5 miles, hike, bike, or ski from Route 6 by the Kane Country Club, through Kane and south to Old Mill Road, with an addition 3-mile section from Old Mill Road to Lamont. Compacted crushed limestone surface right through Kane borough with a trailhead at the Route 6 + Welsh Street intersection.
 
Trail head parking is across from Country Fair at Route 6 and Welsh Street, next to the old train depot. Parking along Highland Road behind the Kane Area High School, near the trail bridge over the active railroad line. Please stay on the trail and be courteous, especially along the golf course section if people are hitting or putting.
 
Cyclist riding over a trail bridge
Trail Association of The Mckean/Elk Divide (T.A.M.E.D)
In 2022, the section from the Kane Country Club to Lantz Corners is expected to be completed and connect to the existing Mt Jewett section of Knox & Kane Rail Trail reaching the Skywalk at Kinzua Bridge State Park.
 
Open for hike/bike/cross-country skiing. No snowmobiles or horses on this section of trail due to the closeness of the trail to many homes.
 
Open Dawn until Dusk
 
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P.O. Box 326
Kane, PA 16735
 
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