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HORSE-SHOE TRAIL CONSERVANCY

The Horse-Shoe Trail is a 140-mile long hiking and equestrian trail in southeastern Pennsylvania. Starting in Valley Forge National Historical Park, the trail spans Montgomery, Chester, Berks, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Dauphin counties, intersecting the Appalachian Trail at its end point.

The Horse-Shoe Trail Conservancy, established in 1935, is a non-profit volunteer organization that maintains and preserves the 140-mile public Horse-Shoe Trail for hikers and equestrians.

Announcements / Events

TEMPORARY CLOSURE ANNOUNCEMENT: The Horseshoe Trail on Map 2, mi 9.2 – 10.5 (Prizer Rd to Coventryville Rd) will be closed for invasive plant remediation Feb 22 and 23; open the weekend of Feb 24 and 25, and closed again Feb 26, 27, 28. Look for updates here If weather causes delay or if work gets finished earlier. 

WAYS TO GET INVOLVED

Become A Member (Click Here)

Trail Maintenance

Clerical Jobs

Municipality Contacts

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Want To Learn More?

Contact: info@hstrail.org