Pennsylvania hiking trails featured in four films at Keystone Trails Association gathering

The Keystone Trails Association’s second annual KTA Membership Celebration and Film Festival will feature four films about Pennsylvania trails. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 19, at the Wesley Center of Camp Hill United Methodist Church, Camp Hill.

The four films will include the following.

Best of Pennsylvania – 1000 Steps Hiking Trail is a humorous look at a great trail near Mount Union in Huntingdon County.

Among the best day hikes in Pennsylvania is Tiadaghton State Forest’s Golden Eagle Trail, which Scott Adams explores in his film.

North Country Trail – We Build Trails In Low Places is a tribute to the folks who maintain the national scenic trail passing through Pennsylvania and surrounding states.

In the Old Loggers Path Running Adventure, four young trail runners tackle the 27-mile loop trail in Lycoming County.

Keystone Trails Association is a federation of membership organizations and individuals dedicated to providing, preserving, protecting and promoting recreational hiking trails and hiking opportunities in Pennsylvania.

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