The in and out version of this hike would use strictly the eastern leg of the trail which is relatively easy.
Adding the loop portion adds a little more difficulty as it winds slightly up and down a hill. This is a nice quiet out of the way place with picnic areas as well.
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From Blairsville, PA to Saltsburg, PA points: Saltsburg, Conemaugh Dam - The West Penn Trail is a 17 mile rail-trail between Saltsburg and the Westinghouse trailhead near Blairsville.
The trail generally follows the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal and Portage Railroad that operated from 1830 to 1864 between Pittsburgh, PA and Harrisburg, PA.
The Stone House Museum is open every Wednesday throughout the year, except on holidays, from 10a.m. Laurel Run Trail - The shorters of the three hiking trails, at Yellow Creek State Park, it is ideal to take children on.This trail is a 0.5 mile loop which starts at the Yellow Creek State Park office.From this point you can also catch a glimpse of the old canal and railroad grade.
The Saltsburg section passes through a beautiful backwoods, by visible canal and railroad remnants, hugging the Conemaugh River and covers approximately 17 miles of scenic trail.170 Route 259 Highway Penn Run, PA 15765Phone: 724-357-7913 Creek State Park is home to 3 hiking trails: Damsite Loop Trail - This is a 2.5 mile trail that offers a view of the Yellow Creek dam.Susan Ferrandiz is the research/developer of the site.