November 22, 2016

Blackwater Canyon Trail

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On November 18, 2016 the WooFDriver and his crew took to the mountains of West Virginia for a mushing adventure with the WooFPAK! They FurWheeled the beautiful 12.2 mile long Blackwater Canyon Trail that runs from Thomas to Hendricks in Tucker county, dropping 1,229 feet of elevation along the way. Starting in 1888 the West Virginia Central and Pittsburgh Railway that ran here was used to transport lumber and coal. It has been since 1983 that the last train rode the tracks here and in 1985 a record breaking flood destroyed the railroad beyond repair.

Trail Link’s Website to learn more about the trail

American Byways Website another resource to read about the trail

Please enjoy these videos from the mushing adventure!

November 17, 2016

Grist Mill Trail, Maryland

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On November 17, 2016 the WooFDriver and his crew took the PAK out for a Mushing adventure on the Grist Mill Trail. The trail is located in one of Maryland’s biggest and oldest state parks, Patapsco Valley created in 1907. Remnants of the B&O Railroad are scattered along the trail. Also along the trail is the Swinging Bridge that allowed workers of the Orange Grove Flour Mill to cross the river, the mill unfortunately burned down in 1905. Additionally on the trail is the Bloede Dam that is said to be the world’s first submerged electrical generating plant, but the dam is scheduled for removal to bring the Patapsco River back to its natural state.

WooFSphere.com to see the ride in 360°!

Trail Link’s Website to learn more about the trail

Enjoy these videos of the WooFDriver’s adventure!

March 31, 2016

West Penn Trail

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On February 6, 2016 the WooFDriver took the WooFPAK on a Mushing adventure of the West Penn Trail in Pennsylvania. The 17 mile long trail runs along the corridor that the Portage Railroad line used from 1830 to 1864 connecting the cities of Pittsburgh and Harrisburg.

Trail Link Website to learn more about this trail

Enjoy the photos from the adventure!
WDOT West Penn Trail 2.05.2016

Also enjoy video footage of the fun!

February 18, 2016

Susquehanna Warrior Trail

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On January 21, 2016 the WooFDriver and his crew took the WooFPAK on a Mushing tour of the Susquehanna Warrior Trail in Pennsylvania. The trail passes by the town of Hunlock, named after Johnathan Hunlock who arrived in the area in the early 1770s to build a plantation on the creek. The Hunlock creek was known as Massacota to the Native Americans who used the warrior trail as a footpath.

Trail Link Website to learn more about the trail

Wikipedia’s Webpage to learn more about the Hunlock Creek area

Enjoy the photo album from the trip!
WDOT Susquehanna Warrior Trail 1.21.2016

Also enjoy the video footage from this mushing adventure!

February 18, 2016

BWI Trail

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On February 11, 2013 the WooFDriver took a Concert Mushing Tour Ride on the BWI Trail in Baltimore, Maryland. This trail circles the Baltimore Washington International Airport, but airplanes were not the only sounds to be heard along the trail, musician Gina DeLuca sang as the WooFPAK mushed along! The trail passes by beautiful farmlands dating back from when the airport was just a small rural airport called Friendship Airport.

Trail Link Website to learn more about the trail

Enjoy the photos from this musical mushing adventure!
WooFHouse - BWI Trail Linthicum Maryland Ride Gina DeLuca 2.11.2013

January 13, 2016

Mon River Trail

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On December 4, 2015 the WooFDriver and the WooFPAK took to the Mon River Trail in West Virginia for a Mushing Adventure! The Mon River Rail Trail is 48 miles long and was originally the Fairmont, Morgantown, and Pittsburgh Railroad completed in 1886, later to be operated by the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.

MonTrails Website to learn more about the trail

Enjoy the photo album from this trip!
WDOT WV Mon Trail 12.04.2015

Here is video footage from this Mushing Adventure!

January 13, 2016

Barnum Trail

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On December 17, 2015 the WooFDriver took the PAK to Mush the Barnum Trail in West Virginia. This trail is only 4.2 mile long and a former section of the Western Maryland Railroad. The railway that once transported coal from this town now gives way to a beautiful recreational trail!

Wikipedia’s Webpage to learn more about Barnum, West Virginia

Enjoy this photo album of the Mushing Adventure!
WDOT WV Barnum Trail 12.17.2015

Please enjoy this collection of videos from this adventure!

January 13, 2016

Greenbrier River Trail

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On December 27, 2015 the WooFDriver and his crew headed out to the Greenbrier River Trail in West Virginia to Mush the WooFPAK. This 77 mile long corridor was originally built for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway in the late 1890s to serve the booming businesses of timber and tanneries to name a few.

Trail Link Website to learn more about this trail

Please enjoy the photo album from this adventure!
WDOT GreenBrier River Trail 12.27.2015

Also enjoy these videos from the Mushing Adventure!

January 12, 2016

Spruce Mountain, WV

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On November 15, 2015 the WooFDriver set out for a Mushing adventure in West Virginia with the WooFPAK. Starting at the highest point in the state at Spruce Knob National Recreation Area at the elevation of 4,863 feet! Located in eastern West Virginia, Spruce Mountain is the highest ridge of the Allegheny Mountains and extends for about 16 miles.

Wikipedia’s Webpage to learn more

Enjoy this collection of photos from this Mushing Adventure in West Virginia!
WDOT Spruce Mountain WV 11.15.2015

Also enjoy these fun videos of the adventures in this beautiful setting!

January 12, 2016

Dan’s Rock, Maryland

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On November 5, 2015 the WooFDriver was on route to find a trail to Mush the WooFPAK, when he and the crew took a side trip to Dan’s Rock in Maryland. It is among the best summits in Maryland because of its expansive views. From the top you can see the Potomac River, West Virginia and the ridge lines of the Allegheny Mountains to name a few. It gets its name from the son of a pioneer, Daniel Cresap who was famous for climbing a tree going after a bear. In this tale the tree falls on the rock, giving the rock its name.

Summit Post’s Website to learn more about Dan’s Rock

Please enjoy this photo album of Dan’s Rock overlook!
WDOT Dan's Rock 11.05.15

Also enjoy some video footage complied of Dan’s Rock and the Allegheny Highlands Trail!