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The crack in the trail were taxing. They are ever 20-30 feet for most of the trail. It honestly kind of ruined the experience. Otherwise it’s a nice trail.
Rode the trail May 2020 & would ride the entire trail that’s in PA again. The WV part of the trail is so rocky and bumpy and has so much broken glass on it I’ll never ride there again.
Even grade, gravel & wide enough for a walking lane & biking ¿¿.
We ride multiple times per week between Oakdale and Burgettstown. This morning we decided to do the short ride between Oakdale and Rennerdell and then head to McDonald. By the time we got to Greggs Station both my husband and I had flat tires with multiple holes in them. Something has to be either in the trail parking lot (we normally park across the street at the brewery) or somewhere on the trail.
Washington County portion is in excellent condition!!! Allegheny portion is not paved with a few bumps. Still good trail to ride. I highly recommend riding.
Paved, smooth, wide with just enough elevation change to get the heart going! Started at Lisbon trail head, so most of the elevation change is front loaded in the first 6 miles-allowing you to cruise backwhile coasting if you wish. Wildflowers were out. So very pretty first 4 miles. Spent some tome cruising the little town of washingtonville, so ended up 28 mile round trip. Pretty crowded from people wscaping Covid quarantine, but no masks for these patriots.downhill the last
This trail is far from flat! Most sections are flat but there are a few with some gradual hills which make it a challenging workout. Parked in New Castle and pedaled to Lowellville OH and back for a nice 16 mile ride.
Well maintained since the PA surface was repaved within the past few years. However still bumpy on the OH section.
Perfect... I was Lookin for a trail just like this one... One that had as much coasting as it did pedaling on good smooth pavement... Goin one way is chill and a piece a cake... Comin back... Not so much... A good leg workout but still worth it... Perfect...
Great beginners trail. Easy walk, clean, quiet.
The Trail currently has an area near the Panhandle connector that is not rideable due to the I-576 construction. You can push your bike thru the gravel to get thru it. (I think it’s around mile 17) Also if you get off on the Panhandle connector it is torn up and rough so be careful. Just last week they added another area of the I-576 construction where there is more gravel that you have to push the bike thru. However when you are 1/2 way thru you can see the Panhandle trail and ride thru the construction road to it. There are no signs there but if you turn left you are heading toward the McDonald station then on to Oakdale. If you turn right you are heading toward Midway.
Other than a few puddles, the ride from Oakdale to MCDonald is awesome. It starts out as crushed limestone and then becomes paved. It’s also flat so once you are on the paved section it’s a great place to take kids to learn to ride or skate. From McDonald to Burgettstown there are quite a few hills so it’s a great workout.
If you start at the airport a short portion of the route is on Clinton Rd which is a very busy road with no berm to ride on. Definitely ride this part at your own risk. Once you turn onto McCaslin Rd (right past the Dollar General) you pass a few houses and the road turns into a bike trail to Enlow. The trail is paved. It starts out smooth but about half way thru the pavement gets a little rough but it is better than a lot of trails. You are mostly going downhill in this direction but there are several hills. Once you reach Enlow you are back on a road but it’s a nice residential street. When you reach the end there is a 5 way intersection and you can cross to get on the Montour Trail. Note: if you are going in the other direction there are numerous hills and you will get a good workout.
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