Map of the Five Bridges Trail


Five Bridges Trail

Five Bridges Trail, Pennsylvania map area

Five Bridges Trail


14 miles






rail trail, Pennsylvania countryside, wetlands, woodlands, farmland, 5 bridges over Mill Creek


Clarion Little Toby Creek Trail

Wolf Run Trail

Redbank Valley Trail


Regional Trails

The Five Bridges Trail is a 14-mile long unpaved pathway that spans between Brockway and Interstate 80 in Northwest Pennsylvania. The trail is located along an abandoned railroad right-of-way and goes through the Pennsylvania countryside.

The Five Bridges Trail heads to the south from the south side of Brockway and the Clarion Little Toby Creek Trail takes off from the northside of Brockway.


The Five Bridges Trail is still is a natural state and suitable for hiking and mountain biking. The trail is very rural and there are no facilities along its route.

Nearby Trails

Clarion Little Toby Creek Trail: this trail heads north from the north side of Brockway. The two trails do not intersect.

End Points

The southwest end of the Five Bridges Trail is located adjacent to Interstate 80, 2.25 miles east of the Route 28 interchange in Brookville. There is no access or trailhead at this location.

The northeast end of the trail is located at a point off Arch Street, 0.4 miles south of Broad Street to the south of Brockway.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Five Bridges Trail in Pennsylvania.