Southern York County has quite a few good places to hike. There is, of course, the Heritage Rail Trail that we’re all familiar with and that is especially good for biking or jogging on, but there are also many lesser known trails.
This photo was taken at a clearing on the Mason-Dixon Trail as it passes along the Susquehanna River in Southern York County. The Mason-Dixon trail runs 193 miles from the Appalachian Trail at Whiskey Springs, PA east to the Susquehanna River’s west bank, southeast to Havre de Grace, MD, continuing east then northeast terminating at Chadds Ford, PA along the Brandywine River.
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