Program runs from June 1 to August 18


Difficulty: Moderate Moderate

Distance: 1.70 miles

Restrooms: No

Dog Friendly: Yes

Stroller Friendly: Yes

Playground: No

Wheelchair Friendly: Yes

Location: Heritage Rail Trail County Park – Glen Rock

GPS Coordinates

Your Keys to Adventure

  1. Park at the Arthur Hufnagel Public Library of Glen Rock.
  2. Directly in front of the library steps is a wooden fence where the Rail Trail is located. Walk to the wooden fence, turn right to follow the trail, and you’ll see railroad tracks on your left and a red gate across the road. Be sure to check for cars, then very carefully cross the road.
  3. Pass through the red gate and follow the trail with the tracks on your left. Ahead you will cross a bridge over a small stream.
  4. At the crossing of Valley Street, look both ways for cars before crossing, then continue on the trail. You might see wildlife along the creek on your right.
  5. After you pass the last building on your left, the trail crosses over the railroad tracks. Look for trains before crossing, then continue on the trail.
  6. When you see the driveway for a house on your left and a red gate in the middle of the trail, continue straight.
  7. A rocky hillside will be on your left for a while until you come to a bench near an open field and pasture. Continue straight.
  8. At the red gate at a small road, continue straight toward the Seitzland sign and another road crossing.
  9. Carefully cross the road and continue straight past the general store on your right.
  10. A wooden fence will be on your left for a while, which will turn into a small section of steel as part of a bridge over a roadway below. Look for the post near this bridge on the wooden fence before crossing over.
  11. To return to your car, turn around and go back the way you came. Be careful at all road and trail crossings.

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