Bradys Run Trail is a 7.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October. Horses are also able to use this trail.
Epitomizing south-western PA hills, Brady's Run Park offers plenty of lung-busting climbs and adrenaline-pumping descents. Difficulty ranges from super-technical to flowing contour lines. The trails can be confusing in spots, but the map helps a lot. The trails in Brady's Run are typically run clockwise, but traffic is generally light enough to ride it however you want. It is open to walkers and riders (and horses, but they're rare), so please be considerate.
awesome trail. great workout. the blazes get a little screwy by the ball fields, and towards the tail end of the northern side of the trail. but it was a great hike. will need a good 4+ hours to complete the loop
ill be back to finish the loop
Brady's Run is the park I grew up in. The trails are great for trail runs and feel deeper than they are.
It was a beautiful trail but there were some many splits and Y's in the trail, with no markings of where to go, we got so lost only a half hour in
Good technical trail. Significant inclines in places. Good workout.
Good 4.6 mile loop
This trail was fairly easy for us. It is very nicely groomed of debris making the hike/walk pleasant. You can make it shorter or longer by taking different routes. We went about 3.5 miles.