The Sandy Creek, built between 2000 and 2005, has 12 miles of asphalt surface, 7 pedestrian-safe bridges and a tunnel. The
eastern section of this trail winds 8 miles along East Sandy Creek through some of Pennsylvania's most spectacular hills,
valleys, and forest. The trail runs east and west, crossing over the Allegheny River and the Allegheny River Trail 5 miles
south of Franklin. The Belmar Bridge is 1385 feet long with a wooden deck and railings and a great view of the river valley.