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Yo this could be fun to explore in PA

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    i’d rather be deep in the woods
     
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    The thing is most of Penn is abandoned industrial or urban areas that nature has reclaimed. So you're exploring the best of both worlds. Jim Thorpe Pa is my example... I like it there. Mt Penn Reserve in Reading Pa also. Bettis trails Mckeesport PA....
     
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    I've always been interested in Centralia.
     
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    Ill be back in PA next month, wish i could bring my bike but that'd probably be too expensive.
     
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    eric strt6 Resident Curmudgeon

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    east fork of the San Gabriel river with a nice tunnel at one end too if I remember it correctly from numerous backpacking/ fly fishing trips back in the 70s
     
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    Yup East Fork. There wasn't a tunnel when I visited though.
     
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    Because you'll fall through the holes or the whole bridge might come down :rofl::rofl:
     
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    KenW449 something stupid

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    So if i walk in a circle in the bridge, ill be fine?
     
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    there's something similar to that down here, the bridge to nowhere in Whanganui National park.
    It was built in the 1930's to service a small town the government tried to create for returned servicemen that they gifted land to farm.
    Was such a hard place not a single farm survived. now there's just a few scattered relics randomly in the bush..... in the end the rainforest down there always wins. Pretty cool MTB track though!
     
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