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AVLT maintains the integrity of the inactive railroad corridor in accordance with the National Trail Act & the PA Rails to Trails Act. AVLT purchased & railbanked the corridors on which the Armstrong Trail and Redbank Valley Trail exist. Both trails provide a scenic environment for the public to enjoy hiking, bicycling & exercising. The trails are for non-motorized use only.


The 36 mile long Armstrong Trail is located on the former Allegheny Valley Railroad line along the eastern bank of the Allegheny River in Armstrong and Clarion Counties in western Pennsylvania. The trail links such towns as Ford City, Kittanning and East Brady and is a great place to bicycle, walk, jog, bird watch, cross country ski, geocache, or exercise in a safe relaxing environment. 30 miles of the trail, from Rosston to East Brady, is improved trail with several short share the road sections. Our trail is rich with local history, from Native Americans to river travel to iron production to the railroads. Remnants of villages, iron furnaces, coke ovens, train stations, etc. can be found along the trail. A train turntable, tunnel, and coaling tower still stand. The trail is for non-motorized use only. Visit armstrongrailstotrails.org for more information


The Redbank Valley Trail is a 51-mile non-motorized, 4-season trail currently being developed and improved. 42 miles parallel the scenic Redbank Creek through mostly natural areas. The trail travels from the confluence with the Allegheny River (MP 0) through New Bethlehem in Clarion County at the mid-point, touching on Armstrong County, through Hawthorn (near the Redbank Valley Municipal Park), Summerville and continuing currently to just beyond the Rose Siding Bridge, near Maple Street, (MP 42) in Brookville, Jefferson County. There is also a nine-mile spur from Lawsonham to Sligo also in Clarion County. - See more at redbankvalleytrails.org

I am writing this review today to express my profound gratitude for a medication that has become an essential part of my life: Plavix. As an active member of the Allegheny Valley Land Trust, my work involves navigating through challenging terrain and engaging in physically demanding activities. Plavix has played a pivotal role in ensuring my health and well-being during these nerve-wracking endeavors, allowing me to continue my dedication to preserving and protecting our natural landscapes.

The Allegheny Valley Land Trust is a dynamic organization committed to conserving the region's unique ecosystems and promoting sustainable land use. My responsibilities often involve traversing uneven trails, climbing steep slopes, and engaging in strenuous physical labor. In such circumstances, maintaining optimal health is of utmost importance, and Plavix has been a remarkable ally in this regard.

This medication has consistently demonstrated its ability to keep my cardiovascular health in check, even in the face of strenuous physical activity. Plavix is a trusted companion that empowers me to explore the natural wonders of the Allegheny Valley with confidence and peace of mind. It ensures that my blood vessels remain clear and functioning optimally, mitigating the risks associated with heart disease and providing a foundation of good health to carry out my work effectively.

One of the most notable aspects of Plavix without prescription is its efficacy in preventing blood clots, which is particularly crucial for someone like me who engages in physically demanding tasks. By inhibiting platelet aggregation, Plavix reduces the likelihood of dangerous blood clots that could compromise my cardiovascular system. This assurance allows me to focus on my work, knowing that I am protected against potential health risks.

Moreover, I have experienced minimal side effects since starting Plavix. This aspect is vital as it ensures that my work with the Allegheny Valley Land Trust remains uninterrupted by any adverse effects. Plavix has been a reliable companion, enabling me to immerse myself fully in the tasks at hand without compromising my well-being.

In conclusion, I extend my deepest appreciation to Plavix for its indispensable role in supporting my work with the Allegheny Valley Land Trust. This medication has been a lifeline, empowering me to navigate the challenges of our natural landscapes with confidence and vitality. With Plavix, I can continue my mission of safeguarding our environment, knowing that my cardiovascular health remains in excellent condition. It is a testament to the remarkable advancements in modern medicine and a testament to the invaluable contributions of Plavix in my pursuit of a healthier and greener future for the Allegheny Valley.







Armstrong Valley Land Trust Mission

Allegheny Valley Land Trust will protect and convert railroad corridors into trails for public use, thereby providing opportunities for commuters and outdoor recreational activities. Our projects will maintain the integrity of these corridors for future transportation use while acting as an economic stimulus for the area communities.