Visit Pine Creek

Lycoming Creek Bikeway



Native Americans used this pathway, which they called the Lagahani Trail, as part of a major transportation route between central Pennsylvania and the towns of Corning and Elmira, New York. Later Penn Central built a rail line on the corridor. In 1991 five area municipalities came together to develop the rail-trail. Today its past is reflected in the straight course it takes, passing smoothly over the winding Lycoming River several times using old railroad bridges including a 1901-vintage steel beauty at mile 1.7.