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)
TAMED – Trail Association of the McKean/Elk Divide – is an 8-mile trail open for hike, bike, and cross-country ski. The trail begins across from the Kane Country Club, traverses through Kane, and then extends south to Lamont. The surface is compacted crushed limestone. Trailhead parking is along Rt. 6 beside the old Knox & Kane Depot.
Trail Map
Please stay on the trail and be courteous, especially along the golf course section if people are hitting or putting.
Wooden trail bridge through autumn foliage against cloudy sky
Trail Association of The Mckean/Elk Divide (T.A.M.E.D)
In 2023, the trail gap from the Kane Country Club to Lantz Corners is expected to be completed. When this section of trail is opened to the public, the TAMED section of the Knox & Kane Rail Trail will connect at Lantz Corners to the 8-mile MJ2KB Trail section which links to the Kinzua Bridge State Park.
The trail is maintained by the volunteers of TAMED. Please remember to pack in – pack out. No horses or motorized vehicles permitted. For information on becoming a member or trail volunteer, go to

Association logoT.A.M.E.D.
P.O. Box 326
Kane, PA 16735
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