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Kennywood Trail

 4.0 (2)

0.9 Miles 1.4 Kilometers


Singletrack

47' 14 m

Ascent

-136' -42 m

Descent

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

1,223' 373 m

High

1,096' 334 m

Low

Shared By Scott Replogle

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Considered by most local riders as White Oak Park's best trail.

Scott Replogle

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Open year-round, dawn to dusk.

Description

Kennywood Trail is considered by most locals as the best trail at WOP. It is a fast trail that has the most technical obstacles including two man-made drop-offs and multiple natural obstacles known as the"Pittsburgh Potholes."

Kennywood is a bi-directional trail but is recommend from East to West to utilize the man-made drops. The first wooden drop is about 1' tall and allows straightforward entry and descent. The second drop is stone and demands more technical skills. It requires a sharp turn to line up the drop and a sharp angle to avoid a tree/root on the descent. As with all obstacles in WOP, there are easy bypasses nearby.

The Pittsburgh Potholes are natural obstacles made by years of underground mining. They are up to 8' diameter and 5' deep. You can ride around the rim or ride right through them.

Contacts

Local Club: Trail Pittsburgh

Nov 7, 2018: Doing the work with Dirt Rag

Oct 11, 2018: Landslide at Boyce Park

May 9, 2018: Alameda Trail Fund

Land Manager: Allegheny County, PA

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in Pennsylvania

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