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Koto Buki Connector Trail

 4 votes

1.3 Miles 2.1 Kilometers


Singletrack

158' 48 m

Ascent

-156' -48 m

Descent

1,195' 364 m

High

1,039' 317 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

Minor Issues

26 days agoUpdate

Steep, winding singletrack that connects from Pie Traynor Lot to the Koto Buki Trail.

Jamie Pfaeffle

Overview

Description

This fast trail starts at the Pie Traynor Lot and connects you to Koto Buki Trail on the West Ridge, avoiding road travel - why take the road when you can take singletrack!

Access to the right of the Sharon Shelter, traverse the South Ridge behind Sharon Shelter, pass by the McCanless shelter, take a right into the woods (before coming out into parking lot) for great downhill descents, cross Babcock Blvd (be careful of cars!), enter woods again to left of guardrail, switchback down a steep hill, take a left at the Y and climb the hill, which puts you onto West Ridge Road across from the Koto Buki Trail entrance.

A fun, fast trail to start, then some great downhills. Finishes with a steep climb.

Contacts

Local Club: Trail Pittsburgh

Land Manager: Allegheny County, PA

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3.5 from 4 votes


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Oct 27, 2017
Ian Mathias
Jun 28, 2017
Martin Arrieta
Ride with Trevor, for Bob K. 59th bday party .. tons of uphill tons! 11.5mi
Jul 16, 2015
Devin Creighton
Only hit the top section.

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  3.5 from 4 votes

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in North Park

#10491

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#14

in North Park

#455

in Pennsylvania

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Minor Issues 26 days ago
Fallen Trees - Multiple large fallen oaks west of Babcock
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