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Distance:
0.6 Miles / 1.0 km
Type:
One-Way
Difficulty:
Easy
Time to Hike:
~18 minutes
Features:
Surface Type:
Dirt
Park:
Schenley Park
Town:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Directions:
40.429807, -79.950096
Added:
November 24, 2016
Updated:
April 02, 2019
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58 '

Total Change
35 '

Ascent
89 '

Descent

The Junction Hollow Trail at Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is an easy 0.6-mile one-way hike that runs down the west side of the park.

This recording starts at the northern end of the trail next to Panther Hollow Lake and follows the trail all the way to the southern terminus where it ends. Please note that the main parking lot is located at the opposite end of where this trail recording starts where you can find the other trailhead.

At the southern terminus for the trail you'll also find the Zigzag Trail that runs up the nearest steep slopes of Schenely Park and leads to the Bridle Trail.

Parking: Parking can be found next to the Anderson Shelter - on the south side of the Panther Hollow Bridge. Or you can park at the main parking lot at the southern terminus at this trail (current parking marker).

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  1. Parking

    40.429807, -79.950096
  2. Main Trailhead

    40.43642, -79.949081
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0.6 miles / 1.0 km
Trail added
November 24, 2016
Hiked on
November 24, 2016
Updated on
April 02, 2019
0.6 miles / 1.0 km
November 26, 2016
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