Allegheny Portage Railroad

Inclines 6-10 Map and Guide

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Trailheads are located at the park Visitor Center and along Dry Run Road. Parking is available at the trailheads as well as State Gamelands parking lots. Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior The entire 6 to 10 Trail System is about 10 miles long. Please respect the private property of nearby landowners. The trail section from the Visitor Center to Muleshoe, viewed below, is for hiking only. Bicylcles are NOT permitted on this section. one inch=approximately 1/4 mile Map Legend 6 to 10 Trail (Hiking and Biking) 6 to 10 Trail (Hiking Only) Foot of Ten Trail (Hiking Only) Park Boundary 6 to 10 Trail System Allegheny Portage Railroad Summit to Muleshoe The 6 to 10 Trail System of the park follows the route of the Allegheny Portage Railroad (APRR) of the 19th Century. The hiking sections of the trail are located on or near the original route of the APRR. The bicycle section is located on the route of the New Portage Railroad. The APRR with its ten incline planes was in operation from 1834 to 1854 carrying passengers, canal boats and goods between Hollidaysburg and Johnstown. The main park visitor center, at the Gallitzin Exit of US Route 22, has displays, brochures, rangers, and a film to tell you more about the APRR. You can also learn more at the park website ( Call for more information, special tours and events. 814 886-6150 Sample trail marker. 6 to 10 Trail (Hiking and Biking) revised 10/10 Map Legend 6 to 10 Trail (Hiking Only) Foot of Ten Trail (Hiking Only) one inch= approximately 1/4 mile Muleshoe to Foot of Ten The section of the bicycle trail on both sides of Valley Forge Road contains steep grades and poor sight lines. Please use extra caution. Motorized vehicles are not permitted on the trail, except on designated driving lanes for access to the State Game Lands and the handicap parking area. Please contact the park for details about this access. Pets MUST be on a 6 foot leash at all times when on park property. Wear bright colors during hunting seasons. Hunting is NOT permitted on park lands but State Game Lands will be busy during hunting seasons. If you encounter an emergency, please call 9-1-1 immediately. EXPERIENCE YOUR AMERICA Park Boundary

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