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Transition Trail

1.0 Mile
Easy
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Trail added on:
March 04, 2018
Updated on:
June 12, 2018

Dogs (leashed)

The Transition Trail at Erie Bluffs State Park in Lake City, Pennsylvania is an easy 1 mile one-way trail that leads from the main parking lot and ends over by the trail junction for the west side of the park.

The Transition Trail is mainly used as an out-and-back hike to reach the Bluffs Edge Trail, Lookout Trail, Fisherman's Foot Path, and Wilderflower Way - all in the northeast section of the park.

The trail is flat and passes along the perimeter of a large open field. Dogs are allowed on this trail.


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42.015343, -80.376967

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33 '

Total Change
30 '

Ascent
32 '

Descent
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1.0 mile
Trail added
March 04, 2018
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June 12, 2018

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