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Dilworth Trail

0.6 Miles
Moderate
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Trail added on:
March 20, 2018
Updated on:
April 01, 2019

Time to Hike: ~18 minutes

Dogs (leashed)

Biking

The Dilworth Trail at Emerald View Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a moderate 0.6 mile one-way trail that heads down the slopes of Mt Washington Park. The trail starts along the Emerald View Trail and connects back to it. There are various switchbacks on this trail, which make it a moderate hike.

On the flatter ground of the trail, you'll notice a decent amount of old debris, mostly tires. This land was used as a dump for a long time before being cleaned out in about 2006. Over 100,000 tires were removed from the project, but some can still be found. Most noteably, many trees have grown through the tires, leaving whole intact tires resting around the base of tree stumps that are over 20 years old.

Dogs and biking are both allowed on this trail; however, biking is likely not as easy on this one.


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Hazards

Ticks - Lyme Disease More Info (CDC)

Surface Type

Dirt

Seasons

All
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138 '

Total Change
132 '

Ascent
132 '

Descent
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0.6 miles
Trail added
March 20, 2018
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April 01, 2019
0.6 miles
March 17, 2018
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