To view exclusive video from the SummitCorps event, click here.
And, read a behind-the-scenes story published in the November-December issue of Scouting by clicking here.
ON SEPT. 7, 2011, the hard work of the SummitCorps volunteers paid off: The trail opened during a ribbon-cutting ceremony that drew cyclists from the area, not to mention members of the National Park Service and the Order of the Arrow.
The Arrowhead Hike and Bike Trail, a 12.8-mile pathway located just north of the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in West Virginia, is now open to cyclists and hikers. Its close proximity to the Summit makes it a popular attraction for visiting Scouts.
Scroll through the photo gallery below to view images from the ribbon cutting of the Arrowhead Hike and Bike Trail.
Photos were provided by Reid Williams, a contributor to the Summit Blog—home of more than 25 behind-the-scenes updates from SummitCorps, video from the trail, and additional infographics.
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