Monday, June 25, 2018


A tire and rim was found in Gillentown Trailhead parking lot yesterday, Sunday, June 24, 2018. If you are the owner and can describe the tire and rim, contact Mary Halsnik at: 814-876-0486 or email:

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Tree Removal

On Tuesday, June 19,2018, Several volunteers cut a large tree from the trail near mile marker 62 between Six mile run and the viaduct bridge on the Snow Shoe Rails to Trails. Nate Sedlak took care of the emergency by painting the tree and placing orange ribbons around it. Thank you Nate. Then, Joe Reams took his skid steer down the trail to assist-and yes he assisted well on this project-the skid steer was a pleasant surprise, and certainly saved us alot of work. Thank you Joe. Then, Ron Fye, Gary Halsnik, Andy Basalla, George Holt and Larry Mayes worked quite a few hours cutting and removing the large tree from the trail. It measured a little over 30 inches in diameter on the main trunk and 18 plus inches on the upper Y section. The trail is now clear and safe to ride.

Friday, June 1, 2018

DCNR Sproul State Forest Management Meeting

Snow Shoe Rails to Trails & Central Mountain ATVA attended the DCNR State Forest Management Plan meeting last evening at Lock Haven University. After their presentation about Sproul State Forest, we were able to talk with various people at work stations pertaining to each field. Of course we were interested in the Bloody Skillet to Renovo and Renovo to Whiskey Springs areas. We did get a chance to voice our opinions. The next step on the process is to wait for Larson Design Group to complete the feasibility study. They are going to do some field work to address water area concerns and some areas where the trail would be going near camps. Jeff Snyder, Clinton County Commissioner was in attendance  to support the efforts along with Mike Hanna Jr. Both of these gentlemen realize the importance of this trail connection for economic benefits-a must need for our areas. Rodney Preslovich, Snow Shoe Township Supervisor attended to voice his support for the project too.