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Red Maple Trail

0.5 Miles
Easy
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Trail added on:
March 20, 2018
Updated on:
June 10, 2018

Dogs (leashed)

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The Red Maple Trail at Pleasant Valley Park in Murrysville, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.5 mile one-way trail that leads from the south section of Hank's Trail to the southern portion of the park.

The trail is mostly flat, but can be muddy during the rainy seasons. You can use this trail to connect to the White Oak Trail, Brien Palmer Trail, and Chestnut Trail.

Dogs and biking are both allowed on this trail.

Traffic: During the weekends, this trail is a moderately trafficked trail.


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Hazards

Ticks - Lyme Disease More Info (CDC)

Surface Type

Dirt

Seasons

All

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40.410293, -79.689809

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94 '

Total Change
47 '

Ascent
99 '

Descent
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