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Cumberland Valley Appalachian Trail Club

Contact Information
P.O. Box 395
Boiling Springs, PA, 17007

Organizational Information
Type of Organization Trail Group
PA Counties of Operation Cumberland

Mission or Purpose
Cumberland Valley Appalachian Trail Club is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization responsible for 17 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania on lands of the National Park Service, Pennsylvania Game Commission, Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, and connecting areas between Center Point Knob on South Mountain and the Perry County line atop Blue Mountain. CVATC builds, maintains, and manages the Appalachian Trail in the Cumberland Valley of Central Pennsylvania. CVATC works to raise community awareness of the Appalachian Trail, and to perpetually protect the trail corridor as well as conserve the Appalachian Trail and its corridor lands and conserve wild lands and wildlife, natural, historical, and agricultural resources along the Cumberland Valley Appalachian Trail corridor.

Land Conservation Figures
PennsylvaniaOut of State
Acres Under Easement

† Pertains to land that has been acquired by the land trust and than reconveyed to a local, county or state, state or federal government entity for conservation purposes.
‡ Other pertains to assistance in transactions including preparation and negotiation work and/or the reconveyance of land to another private conservation organization.