Submitted Article The Rail-Trail Council of NEPA will celebrate recent improvements to six and a half miles of a trail between Herrick and Ararat in Susquehanna County on Thursday, Oct. 18. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 9:30 am where the trail crosses Ararat Road southwest of Thompson.
By Rick Hiduk / Above Photos by Jeff Mitchell / Photos below by Bill Kern (Also published in Living Susquehanna-Wyoming County Magazine) There are two dozen parks, nature preserves, and municipal parks and sports complexes in Wyoming County. There are hiking and biking trails, publicly accessible lakes and streams, bird
Checking out the new Endless Mountain Trail signage in Montrose on Thursday were (above, from left) EMHR executive director Cain Chamberlin, Susquehanna County board member Brian Lione, media coordinator Rick Hiduk, administrative assistant Vanessa Billings-Seiler, and Susquehanna County board member Kerry Foose. The entrance to the trail is visible at
Explore Wyoming County’s Parks & Trails will host two public hikes in September. The first hike will feature three options at Camp Lackawanna and the Endless Mountains Nature Center at Vosburg Neck (above) on Saturday, Sept. 8. The second hike will take place in State Game Lands 57 south of
Submitted Article / Photos by Bill Kern THIS EVENT WILL BE RESCHEDULED. CHECK BACK WITH www.EndlessMtnLifestyles.com FOR UPDATES A free guided walk is offered to explore Little Rocky Glen Preserve on Saturday, Aug. 11 at 9 a.m., led by Bill Kern of the Countryside Conservancy and Rebecca Lesko of the
Photos and story by Rick Hiduk The Bradford County Commissioners held their Oct. 13 public meeting next to Cooks Pond near Potterville in Orwell Township. The primary business at hand was the unanimous agreement by the three commissioners to accept a deed of conveyance from the Cook’s Pond Association. The
The Sugar Runners, comprised of (from left) David Buck, Chris Turrell, Lydia Whipple, and Megan Hatley braved the drizzly weather of April 26 to pull this trash up from the banks of the Susquehanna River as part of a larger Great American Cleanup of PA event. Endless Mountains Heritage Region
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk It might have been beginners luck, but six-year-old Jack Russell of Little Meadows in Susquehanna County (above, left) was the only angler to have landed a trout by midmorning at the junction of Mehoopany Creek and North Fork at Forkston Four Corners on April