A Celebration of Trails and Trail Building
Since the first Sojourn in 2002, the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Rail-Trail Sojourn has guided thousands of riders from all over America along the most scenic trail networks in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
The 2014 Sojourn broke new ground, taking in three different trails across three states. And, for the first time, the Sojourn included a walking option for some to explore the trail at a slower pace.
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The Sojourn is designed to allow participants the opportunity to stop and explore the communities and attractions along the way. You'll be riding at your own pace, and there are frequent opportunities to stop, rest, and enjoy the surroundings, which makes this a ride for all ages.
In the past, off-the-trail Sojourn highlights have included:
- Rafting on the Youghiogheny River at Ohiopyle
- A day relaxing in the riverside community of Confluence
- Visiting Frank Lloyd-Wright's architectural masterpieces, Fallingwater or Kentuck Knob
For the 2014 Rail-Trail Sojourn, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy again partnered with the region's most experienced outdoor adventure company, Wilderness Voyageurs, who have 50 years of guiding experience.