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North Park Beginner Pool Loop

 3 votes

1.7 Miles 2.7 Kilometers


90%

Singletrack

74' 22 m

Ascent

-71' -22 m

Descent

1,222' 372 m

High

1,191' 363 m

Low

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

4%

Max Grade (2°)

Unknown

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A great beginner loop by Pie Traynor Field.

Jamie Pfaeffle

Overview

This is a good ride to take beginners on. It is mostly flat with minimal up and down hill. There are some small rocks and logs to negotiate.

Description

To access this route, ride towards the Koto Buki Connector Trail from Pie Traynor Field to the right of the Sharon Shelter. Make a right at the T intersection, cross the fire road, continue up the short hill and turn left into the woods. Pass the Skills Park on the left. Follow the white blazed trail - this trail ends at South Ridge Drive.

Turn left onto South Ridge Drive at the end of Rocky Dell. Ride 500 ft before turning left onto the next connector trail off of the road blazed white with red dot. Follow this connector and you'll end up on Denny's Trail. Continue to white with blue dot and come out into the Pie Traynor Field parking lot.

Contacts

Local Club: Trail Pittsburgh

Land Manager: Allegheny County, PA

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