The West Trail at Brush Creek Park in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania is a moderate 2.9 mile out-and-back hike through the southwestern section of the park. The trailhead, on the southern end, starts along the park's entrance road across the road from the first set of soccer fields. The north terminus is located off of Fleetwood Rd where it cuts through the park.
This trail is rated as moderate since there are plenty of long uphill sections that'll slow you down. This is an excellent hike and the trail is well maintained, unlike some other trails at Brush Creek Park.
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