Allegrippis Trail System

The Allegrippis Trail System (ATS) is arguably one of the best mountain bike trails east of the Mississippi.  Specifically designed by mountain bikers, for mountain bikers this trail is also open to any non-motorized use including hiking.  Explore 4000 acres of forest, meadows and lake views as you zip through trees and wind your way over hills along the Allegrippis.


Distance: 30 miles

Type: stacked loop trail

Rating: beginner to intermediate

Terrain: sloping, moderate to rigorous inclines

Surface: dirt, rock

Ecosystem: forest, lake shore, meadow


  • 100% purpose built (no legacy trails)
  • Single track (narrow trails)
  • Armored stream crossings
  • Break areas with benches
  • Wildlife viewing opportunities
  • Lake views

Click the brochure above to print a map free of charge!

Maps & Guides are available for purchase from the Visitor Center gift shop.

Stacked loop trail:  The ATS consists of numerous individual trails built on a stacked loop system.  Trekkers can choose the length and difficulty of their trip and still be able to start and end at the same trailhead.

Difficulty Rating:  Trails are indentified by color on maps and signs according to difficulty.  Green trails are easiest, blue are intermediate and black are the most difficult.  In general; the farther from the trailhead, the more difficult the trail.

Trailhead Locations

Seven Points Trailhead

From southbound Rt. 26 at Rt. 22 continue south 8 miles to the blinking light. Turn left towards Seven Points (marked by sign). Upon entering Seven Points continue approximately 0.5 mile. Trailhead parking will be on the right (marked by sign). Space at this trailhead is limited. Visitors are highly encouraged to use the Susquehannock trailhead.
Susquehannock Trailhead

As you turn left off Rt. 26 towards Seven Points, continue 2.7 miles. Turn left onto Baker’s Hollow Rd. towards Susquehannock / Allegrippis Trailhead. Continue approximately 1.5 miles. The trailhead will be on the right (marked by sign).

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Support & Maintenance

Friends of Raystown Lake LogoThe award-winning and much publicized ATS is leased from the Corps of Engineers, and managed by the Friends of Raystown Lake. The Friends is a non-profit, volunteer organization that supports the recreation and natural resource opportunities at Raystown Lake.  You can support the Allegrippis and Raystown by becoming a Friend.  To learn more, click here.

Raystown Mountain Bike Association LogoThe trails are meticulously maintained by the dedicated members of the Raystown Mountain Bike Association (RMBA) and other volunteers.  To learn more about RMBA, trail conditions, and ride & work events visit their webpage at



Trail construction was a twelve year long, multi-partner project.  In addition to the Friends and RMBA, many other organizations were there to support making the trails a reality including:

Appalachian Regional Commission

Corps of Engineers

Huntingdon County Business & Industry

Huntingdon County Visitor’s Bureau

International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA)

Juniata College Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

Pennsylvania Conservation Corps

Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources

Southern Alleghenies Planning & Development Commission