December 13, 2017

Hoodlebug Trail

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On October 31, 2017 the WooFDriver took the WooFPAK to the Hoodlebug Trail for a Furwheeling adventure. This gravel trail is 10.5 miles long and located in Indiana County, Pennsylvania. It follows the old route of the 1850’s Indiana Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad. The trail got its name from the passenger train that rode this line until 1940, nicknamed “Hoodlebug”.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

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December 13, 2017

Ben Cardin C&D Canal Recreational Trail

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WooFDriver and his crew have ventured to the C&D Trail in Maryland on multiple occasions for some Furwheeling Mushing adventures. The trail is only 1.8 miles in length but it meets up with the Michael Castle Trail at the Maryland/Delaware state line. It was named after the U.S. Senator that moved ahead with its construction. The canal itself was constructed in the early 1800s and it currently managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

To learn more about this trail Trail Link’s Website

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December 12, 2017

Bear Hole Trail

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On April 21, 2016 the WooFDriver and his crew took the the Bear Hole Trail in Pennsylvania for a Furwheeling mushing adventure. The trail consists of 5.5 miles of crushed stone and follows the route of the former Old State Road. The history in this area dates back to 1827 when the Union Canal was built here. Remnants from the canal can be seen along the trail.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

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December 12, 2017

Catharine Valley Trail

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On April 17, 2017 the WooFDriver and his crew took to the Catharine Valley Trail in New York for a Furwheel mushing adventure. This trail is 12 miles long of crushed stone that follows portions of the now abandoned Northern Central Railroad and Chemung Canal towpath. It offers visitors the opportunity to experience the scenic beauty of the glacially carved valley south of Seneca Lake.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

Please enjoy the video footage from the adventure!

December 12, 2017

Panhandle Trail

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On April 28, 2017 the WooFDriver took to the Panhandle Trail with his WooFPAK. The trail is 29 miles long of asphalt and crushed stone running from Carnegie, Pennsylvania to Weirton, West Virginia. It rides on the old railroad bed of the Pennsylvania Railroad, that was established in 1846. Now it is a local favorite for biking, walking and cross country skiing.

To learn more about the trail Trail Link’s Website

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December 12, 2017

Pennypack Trail

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On April 10, 2017 the WooFDriver and crew took to the Pennypack Trail in Pennsylvania for a Furwheeling adventure. The trail is 14.4 miles long consisting of dirt and asphalt. It follows the Pennypack Creek all the way to the Delaware River. A great feature of the trail is a 143 foot bridge over the scenic Pennypack Creek waterway. Some of the trail is built over the old railroad bed of the Fox Chase-Newton Branch Railroad.

To learn more about this trail Trail Link’s Website

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December 5, 2017

Trough Creek Wilderness Area

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On November 14, 2017 WooFDriver and his crew took the WooFPAK on a Furwheeling Mushing adventure in Pennsylvania’s 554 acre Trough Creek Wilderness Area. This area’s history dates back to the Native Americans who were later pushed out by settlers. The settlers then cleared the forest for their farming purposes. It is rumored that Edgar Allan Poe got his inspiration for his famous poem “The Raven” here, as he watched the ravens on the cliffs of Great Trough Creek.

To learn more about this area visit Wikipedia’s Website

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December 5, 2017

Penn Roosevelt State Park & Country Roads

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On September 8, 2017 the WooFDriver took to the Penn Roosevelt State Park and the surrounding country roads for a Furwheeling mushing adventure. The park was constructed during the Great Depression when the state bought thousands of acres of land to reforest after the lumber industry had clear-cut the land. Construction of the park was in the hands of Civilian Conservation Corps Camp S-62, one of twelve segregated camps in Pennsylvania. They built all the structures of the park including roads, trails, a log dam stone fireplaces and a stone bake oven.

To learn more visit Wikipedia’s Website

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December 5, 2017

New River Trial

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On November 11, 2017 the WooFDriver headed to the New River Trail in southwestern Virginia for a Furwheeling mushing adventure. This trail is 57.7 miles long of crushed stone over the old railroad bed of the Norfolk Southern Railroad. While in operation the outbound freight was mostly iron ore, but also included farmed products, lumber and cotton. Due to the lack of traffic, the railroad abandoned this area in the 1980s and donated the right of way to the state.

To learn more about this trail Trail Link’s Website

To view photos of the adventure!
New River Trail 11.11.2017

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December 5, 2017

Hambleton, West Virginia

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On October 20, 2017 the WooFDriver and his crew were out adventuring in Hambleton, West Virginia to Furwheel mush the WooFPAK on the area’s country roads. They got amazing fall foliage ariel photography from AirWOOF1, WooFDriver’s drone. Located on the Black Fork of the Cheat River, the  community of Hambleton was first established in 1889 and named in honor of a stockholder of the West Virginia Central Railroad Company.

For more information on this area www.wvexplorer.com

To view the photos of the adventure!
Hambleton West Virginia 10.20.2017

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