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What does CKT stand for?

CKT stands for Chuck Keiper Trail (Pennsylvania hiking trail)


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Hikes include: a new "slackpack" challenge, led by Treks and Trails International, and taking 20 hikers almost 50 miles over the Chuck Keiper Trail in three days; a new outing on Boggs Ridge; the Nature Conservancy's West Branch Loop; Pat Reeder's Loop; Boone Road Trail Loop; Jack Paulhamus/Garby Trail; Keating Loop; Kettle Creek Day Loop; Chuck Keiper Trail (Bridge Loop); Chuck Keiper Trail (Cranberry Bog to Drake's Hollow);Chuck Keiper Trail (Drake's Hollow to Wildlife Refuge); Eddy Lick Loop; Cooks Run Loop; Twin Sisters Trail (in Hammersley Wild Area); Donut Hole Trail (Mitchell Loop); Donut Hole Trail (Tamarack to Merriman Hollow); Donut Hole Trail (eastern terminus to Oak Ridge Road); Eagletone Mine Camp Trail; and Chuck Keiper-Yost Loop (a Pennsylvania Wilds destination trail).
The 18 trails making up the state forest hiking trail system are: * Baker Trail, one mile in Kittanning State Forest, Clarion County; * Black Forest Trail, 42 miles in Tiadaghton State Forest, Lycoming County; * Bucktail Path, 34 miles in Elk State Forest, Elk County; * Chuck Keiper Trail, 50 miles in Sproul State Forest, Clinton County; * Donut Hole Trail, 90 miles in Sproul State Forest, Clinton County; * Golden Eagle Trail, nine miles in Tiadaghton State Forest, Lycoming County; * John P.
The 18 trails making up the state forest hiking trail system are the: -- Baker Trail, one mile in Kittanning State Forest, Clarion County; -- Black Forest Trail, 42 miles in Tiadaghton State Forest, Lycoming County; -- Bucktail Path, 34 miles in Elk State Forest, Elk County; -- Chuck Keiper Trail, 50 miles in Sproul State Forest, Clinton County; -- Donut Hole Trail, 90 miles in Sproul State Forest, Clinton County; -- Golden Eagle Trail, nine miles in Tiadaghton State Forest, Lycoming County; -- John P.