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Woodland Loop Trail

0.3 Miles
Easy
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Trail added on:
March 07, 2018
Updated on:
April 01, 2019

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Dogs (leashed)

The Woodland Loop Trail at Frick Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is an easy and mostly-flat 0.3 mile trail that passes through the forest next to the main learning center at the park.

The trail is mostly crushed stone and leads out to a lookout platform that sits above the Falls Ravine Trail and the Nature Trail directly below. Despite its length, the lookout platform has nice views of the park when the leaves are off of the trees. Dogs are allowed on this trail.


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Seasons

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40.437115, -79.90835

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37 '

Total Change
25 '

Ascent
42 '

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