Fees: This event is free to those who wish to participate without receipt of award or IVV credit. IVV credit only is 00. Children 12 or under are not charged for IVV credit. All walkers, even free
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- START/FINISH: Mahoning East Civic Center The Police Dispatch Foyer 301 East Mahoning Street Punxsutawney PA 15767
- Start Rt 36 /119 Unio n St
FEES: This event is free to those who wish to participate
without receipt of award or IVV credit. IVV Credit only is
$3.00. Children 12 or under are not charged for IVV Credit.
All walkers, even free, must register and return their start
cards to the Point of Contact.
870 Bucks Valley Rd, Newport PA 17074
Cell: 717-979-3960 or firstname.lastname@example.org
SUSQUEHANNA ROVERS VOLKSMARCH CLUB
Weather Capital of the World
Year Round Walk in Jefferson County
January 1 to December 31, 2017
5K, 10K, 15K (3.1m, 6.2m, 9.3m)
Trail Rating 1A, 2B, 2B
Seasonal Bike in Jefferson County
May 7 to October 30, 2017
24K and 48K (15m and 30m)
Trail Rating 1A
through the historic parts of town on some uneven sidewalks
and a grassy path. The second loop will take you uphill to
Gobblers Knob along a roadway shoulder. The third loop is
along the Mahoning Shadow Rail Trail on a crushed stone
surface. It is recommended during inclement weather to walk
the historic town loop twice and then drive up to Gobblers
Knob. Special Programs: Alternative Capitals, Amphitheaters,
Bridges – Spanning the USA, Cities in Song, Honoring our
Flag, Lady Liberty Special Program, Make a Wish at Water
Fountain, National Register of Historic Places, Take a Walk in a
City Park, Treasure Hunt, Trekking with the Trees,
Underground Railroad, United States Post Offices, Walk the
USA – Street by Street, Walking the USA A-Z.
BIKE TRAIL: The Mahoning Shadow Rail Trail has paved
surfaces and crushed limestone surfaces. Special Programs:
Alternative Capitals, Ice Cream Parlors, Walking the USA A-Z.
area. The name derived from their legend about the death of an
evil Indian Sorcerer, whose remains turned into searing
sandflies or ponksads after his body burned to purify the area.
The Indians then named the area “Ponksaduteney”, or as we
know it today Punxsutawney.
As the town thrived, mining the high-grade soft coal in the
surrounding region supplied railroads and factories with an
energy source. Factories built in the area included glassworks,
foundries, ironworks, and machine shops. Farmland
surrounding the town grew the organic resources for flour, feed,
and silk mills.
Celebrating traditions brought over from Europe; in 1887, the
town established the Ground Hog club to celebrate Candlemas.
This club’s mascot “Punxsutawney Phil” has become the town’s
most famous resident. This charming prognosticator wakes up
early from his burrow on Groundhog Day, February 2 to
forecast the weather annually to his admiring fans, who wait
with anticipation for his prediction at Gobbler’s Knob.
After you enjoy your walk or bike through the weather capital of
the world, take your time to visit the Weather Discovery Center
at 201 North Finley Street and the Historical Society at 401
West Mahoning Street.
must be cleaned up after according to borough code.
Restrooms will be available at the start point in the lobby of
the Civic Center. Parts of the trail may be difficult for strollers
and wheelchairs. Water should be carried.
Walk during daylight hours only
South on State Route 36 about 20 miles to Punxsutawney,
Route 36 will turn into Mahoning Street, the Civic Center will
be on the right with parking behind along Union Street.
From I-80 East: Take Exit 101. Turn right at end of ramp to
take State Route 255 towards DuBois. In DuBois, pick up
Route 219/119 South (East Brady St.) Follow it through
downtown DuBois and continue to stay on Route 119 South to
Punxsutawney. (Route 219 branches off to the left.) Follow
Route 119 for about 18 miles into downtown Punxsutawney.
Parking along Union Street.
146. Pick up State Route 99/220 North towards Altoona. In
Altoona, Exit onto Route 22 West towards Indiana/Cresson.
Exit at the Cresson exit, turn right, go to stoplight and turn
right onto Route 53. Follow it to the intersection of Route 36 in
Asheville. Take Route 36 North for about 60 miles into
downtown Punxsutawney. Parking along Union Street.
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