The Bradema Trail at Frick Park in Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania is an easy-to-moderate 1 mile one-way trail that connects the Nature Trail to the Tranquil Trail and thus acts as a way to head down into the lower section of the park.
This trail is an easy hike if heading west to east since it's downhill the entire hike; however, during the wetter months, this trail can be muddy closer to the eastern side and the switchbacks area. If you're hiking this east to west, the trail is more of a moderate hike considering the elevation gain heading up the hill initially.
This trail does not have much to offer, but is lightly-trafficked and sits above the Falls Ravine Trail, so if the leaves are off of the trees, you get a birds-eye view of that ravine in the park.
Dogs and biking are both allowed on this trail.
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