Here are links to other organizations that share our mission of promoting trails, hiking and the environment.
Appalachian Trail Conservancy - the primary organization dedicated to preservation and management of the AT.
Keystone Trails Association - a federation of membership organizations and individuals dedicated to providing, preserving, protecting and promoting recreational hiking trails and hiking opportunities in Pennsylvania, and to representing and advocating the interests and concerns of the Pennsylvania hiking community.
National Park Service A.T. Page
- Our federal government partners
- A great place to learn about trails throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Susquehanna Appalachian Trail Club - our partner in the Capital Region Hiking Program.
Appalachian Trail Museum - The country's only hiking museum now open at Pine Grove Furnace State Park
Mountain Club of Maryland - The Club that cares for the A.T. both north and south of the Cumberland Valley
York Hiking Club - Hikers in the York area, A.T.maintainers east of Duncannon
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club - One of the country's largest hiking clubs, maintainers from Pine Grove Furnace through Shenandoah National Park, publishers of our map
Carlisle Parks & Recreation - A local community organization that partners with us in hiking activities.
Appalachian Trail Parking - Good source for information about parking on the entire AT
Sierra Club - One of America's oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organizations.
Whiteblaze.net - Online community of Appalachian Trail enthusiasts
Middlesex Township - Our municipal neighbors around Scott Farm, north end of the Valley, west side of Ironstone Ridge
Monroe Township - Our local community around Center Point Knob, south end of the Valley, east side of Ironstone Ridge
Silver Spring Township - Local government around the northeast portion of our section and up the southeast side of Blue Mountain
South Middleton Township - Local government in and around Boiling Springs, south end of the Valley, west side of Ironstone Ridge