- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 14, 2016

WARREN, Pa. (AP) - The Allegheny National Forest in northwestern Pennsylvania is opening 365 miles of snowmobile trails on Friday.

Forest Supervisor Sherry Tune says recent snows made it possible to open the trails.

The only trail that won’t open Friday is the Snowmobile Trail Connector No. 12, which is flooded.

The forest service and local snowmobile clubs will groom some of the trails once the ground freezes and more snow falls.

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