Explore hiking trails, environmental issues, recreational funding challenges and trail maintenance in Central Pennsylvania with Jim Foster.
It's my honor to be an officer of Keystone Trails Association. KTA is the statewide hiking and trails advocacy organization. All friends of Pennsylvania’s trails are invited to KTA's First Membership Celebration & Film Festival. It will be held on Thursday, March 20, beginning at 6:30 pm, in the Wesley Center multimedia auditorium of Camp Hill United Methodist Church, 417 S. 22nd Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011.
Keystone Trails Association logo
At this event, we will celebrate KTA's work, our state's precious trails, and - most of all – its membership. Without the support of the wider Pennsylvania hiking community, KTA would not be able to sustain its efforts to protect and promote our trails.
Three trail related videos will be featured:
The cost is $15, which includes a 1-year introductory membership to KTA (new members only). For complete information, follow THIS LINK to KTA's website.
Cumberland Valley in winter from Appalachian Trail overlook
KTA has exhibit spaces available for partner trail organizations as well as other non-profit and for-profit organizations. For more information, follow THIS LINK.