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Kane Woods White and Green Loop is a 1.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.1 mi Elevation gain 180 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Hiking Walking Running Forest Views
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Jim Vollberg
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Hiking

We did the loop. Thought we would come for a quick hike after work. I admire what the Scott Conservancy is attempting here. However, you can’t hide from the interstate. On top of the constant traffic noise, there are power lines that cut though the woods. Half of the loop was in people’s back or front yards. The trail is very narrow, and in some places quite steep, allowing for really a single foot in some spaces. It’s a nice effort, but I don’t think I’ll be returning to this one again.

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Amber Robson
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Hiking

Trail markers were great. Beautiful trail. Some of the trail was tight (1 person) but I like the deep woods feel. Only 4 starts because there was a lot of glass at one part of the trail and I take my dogs. Cute little crick too

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Tim L
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HikingGreat!

Nice set of trails squeezed into a small area. Good for a hike after work or if I have an hour to kill. The ravine is nice, looks like it would be very pretty when water is flowing.

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Carly Devine
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HikingBugs

Nice trail- would’ve been better when the river was flowing but it was all dried out

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Alessandro Oltramari
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Dog can be off leash, so be prepared to that, especially because the trail is narrow. Moderately trafficked, mostly by local members of Scott Conservancy.

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Christy Rosati
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HikingBugs

We parked at the Scrubgrass Run Trailhead, took Liberty Trail (Red) all the way out, got on Neville Trail (Green) to Whiskey Boys (Yellow). Then we took Catfish Trail (Blue) around the loop, back on Whiskey Boys (Yellow) to Liberty (Red) for just a bit to get to Tom the Tinker Trail (White) back to the start. Whole thing took just under 1 hour. Liberty Trail, Whiskey Boys Trail and Tom the Tinker Trail were very wide, well-groomed, and fairly easy. Neville's was a little more narrow, but still a good trail, just a little more difficult. Catfish Trail was overgrown in a lot of areas and particularly buggy... I think I walked through 20 spiderwebs. I wouldn't particularly recommend that loop. Overall a nice little park. The trails are pretty short, so if you're looking for a long hike, you won't find it here without going over a few trails multiple times. Lovely if you're looking for something short, though.

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Laura Purisima
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Hiking

This was a very fun hike with our three-year-old! Even he was able to walk the entire way, though there are steep portions with tree roots and areas with steep drop offs to the side. The creek was delightful, and that was the best part, though the creek bed was empty in places. The various bridges were very attractive. There are so many criss-crossing trails that other hikers and we found it a bit confusing, but we made it out without incident.

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Tom Perry
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HikingOver grown

The lower section of the trail (from Scrubgrass start left), is fairly open and easy. The upper sections of the trail get very tight. Good exercise.

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Mandi Green
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Chad Maggi
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Very good hiking trail. Fun for kids well marked.

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Alexandra Boyer
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HikingBugs

I started on the Whiskey Boys Trail/Neville Trail and ended up finishing on the Liberty Trail around the creek. The Neville Trail is narrow with lots of bugs overhead, while the Liberty Trail is wide. The area is very quiet despite being close to Kane and Scrubgrass.

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Cherie Cornmesser
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HikingMuddyOver grown

Very pretty trails loaded with Dames rocket and honeysuckle. Not an easy trail, this trail is narrow and climbs uphill for about 1/2 mile before turning back. Use of trekking poles is helpful. Muddy in spots but not too bad on the day I was there. People were friendly and did a fine job of social distancing other than one small child and a large dog that was lose and ran right up to and got in my leashed dog's business which frightened him as he is a little guy. Luckily the dog was friendly, all was fine and everyone went on their way without incident. Dog owners please leash your pet. The train is overgrown in places but navigable without trouble. It is obviously a work in progress. I appreciated the many trail markers along the way.

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Jason R
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HikingOff trailOver grown

Nice trail with stream. A lot of mud

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Sarah Thomas
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HikingMuddyRocky

I would definitely upgrade this level to moderate. Quite narrow in spots and somewhat rocky plus this particular weekend some of the spots were very muddy. Interesting small stream on the lower part and that part is good for kids.

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Krista Margliotti
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HikingMuddy

Trail was fine to get outside for a bit while still social distancing, so thank you to the few other people on the trail for also practicing safe distancing as well . It is VERY muddy, so wear appropriate shoes, but you can always find a way around the super muddy parts!

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Damon Miller
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Alyssa Krozely
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Very muddy

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Michallynn Demiter
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Carrie Reighard
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Jonathan Ross
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Amber Ross
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John Tondora
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Tracy Kucera
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Daniel Nolan Gillespie
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