Braille Trail Loop is a 0.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Wexford, Pennsylvania that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 0.4 miles Elevation Gain: 42 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

views

walking
muddy
1 month ago

walk and bike to pond in woods

road biking
no shade
2 months ago

Bike around Venango Trails

hiking
2 months ago

Great little loop, just very muddy. Wear waterproof boots if you're gonna go a day after a big rain.

hiking
8 months ago

This trail is an easy hike. The only dissatisfaction I had was not all codes were able to be scanned. Other than that I loved this trail and met some nice people along the way.

hiking
9 months ago

All downed trees have been removed. Great little short hike for small children. Can be muddy.

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blowdown
muddy
washed out
11 months ago

Very muddy. Tree is down blocking the trail.

Sun May 26 2019

this was a great trail for my 3 and 1 year old! just long enough and little informative interactive stops along the way. will be doing this one again.

hiking
Tue Oct 09 2018

A short, but lovely trail. The Braille Trail was created in 1970 for the visually impaired. In 1987 it was rededicated to all. Across from the Latodami Nature Center, the Braille Trail is just off to the side of Brown Road with a small parking area. Along the way are 27 QR codes you can scan with your mobile device that link to locally made YouTube videos that discuss the various plants and animals that live in the forest where the trail is. The scenery is beautiful and it's super quiet, aside from the expected sounds of birds and other wildlife. Unlike other local trails near a roadway, the Braille Trail offers up as close to zero suburban noise as you're going to find. There are benches that dot the trail as well as a footbridge or two. The trail is nice and wide and not hard to navigate at all. It is at its muddiest at the very beginning, but it's not a large section and easily avoidable at the sides. If you walk the trail in reverse and start at the bridge, you won't encounter the mud. You will have a bit more of a workout as that half goes uphill after the bridge, but it's not strenuous. This trail is definitely excellent for all ages, and would be a really fun ride on a bike. Leaves do cover the trail now that it's fall, but it didn't get too slick anywhere. I encountered a couple buzzing gnats along the way, but they didn't stick around for long at all. In total, I walked this trail four times around for my first hike here. Three forward and one in reverse. Definitely a gem of a trail. Don't let the easy rating or length deter you from enjoying it.

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Sat Jul 28 2018

Short trail that is good for children.

hiking
Sun Nov 27 2016

Nice short hike. We were so full of Thanksgiving diner that it was almost long enough.

hiking
Fri Nov 25 2016

Nice little trail. It needs to be longer.

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7 days ago

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11 days ago

recorded Recording - May 09, 5:27 PM

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Sun May 27 2018