The Panhandle Trail is named after the Panhandle Division of the Pennsylvania Railroad, the abandoned rail line upon which it is built. The Trail stretches for 29 miles from Walkers Mill in Collier Township, PA to Colliers, WV. Length: 29 total (4 mi. WV, 25 mi. PA) Surface: Packed sand; Allowed Uses: Hike, Bike, Cross-country Ski, Equestrian. Weirton to Pittsburgh area Road Access: US Rt. 22.

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4.6
36 reviews
  • Linda Sacripanti
    Linda Sacripanti
    3 weeks ago

    The stretch from Harmon Creek to Colliers is the best part of the trail that I have been on so far. There is even a very convenient port-a-potty.

  • Tom Creative
    Tom Creative
    12 months ago

    We took the trail both east and west for a while from this parking. It was an easy, flat ride as far as we went, with hills along the side part of the time. The trail passes next to the creek and other wetlands much of the way, and occasionally opens up to a wider view. To the west of the parking are a few small trails that take you directly to the creek. Locals told me there's a small waterfall west as well, but we did not see it. Benches along the way give you a chance to get a rest.

  • Celina O'Ruane
    Celina O'Ruane
    a year ago

    If your walking your dog, jogging or biking. This is one of the most beautiful trails and parks in WV. Totally worth the drive and time. Quiet serenity peaceful place and well kept parking, facilities, plenty of benches and trail nice and easy to find. Fun for all the family :)

  • larry s
    larry s
    a year ago

    Good for walking or biking.

  • JBO
    JBO
    2 years ago

    Beautiful stretch of the trail that doesn't get too crowded.

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