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Best trails in Pittston

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Explore the most popular trails near Pittston with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Map of trails in Pittston
Top trails (4)
#1 - Devil’s Falls
Pittston, Pennsylvania
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Length: 2.3 mi • Est. 55 m
#2 - Suscon Fire Tower Hike
State Game Lands Number 91
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Length: 1.5 mi • Est. 43 m
#3 - West Pittston Heritage Trail
Pittston, Pennsylvania
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 5 m
The 2.5 mile trail will have stops along the way at several locations highlighting important places, people, and occurrences from West Pittston’s storied past. West Pittston Borough “An elegant suburb of Pittston, or more properly an elegant residence spot of some of Pittston’s wealthiest people, where it is a mere step across the river over either of the two elegant bridges spanning the same, and is reached by in of the most residence boroughs in the county. The land is but gently rolling, and the wide streets and straight and shaded avenues that are lined with residences giving every evidence of wealth and refinement. The stranger first visiting the place is delighted to walk and enjoy the natural and artificial beauties of the place. The river just above this breaks through the mountain as it sweeps past the place is yet practically untainted that further down so disfigures it. Across is Pittston crowning it’s many hills and to the north is Campbell’s Ledge and to the west are the low rising mountains, sweeping away to the west and south and at your feet and than the ken lies the rich and beautiful Wyoming Valley” Except from: The History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania Written by: Henry C. Bradsby, 1863 This trail is mostly flat (estimated grade of 0-1%). There are some sections that are estimated to be a very steep 13% grade. Portions of the trail are concrete sidewalk while others are asphalt alleyways or packed dirt paths. The sidewalks are estimated to be 4-6 feet wide with many pull off areas along the way. Other portions of the trail along paths and alleys are estimated to be 3-7 feet wide. There may be sections of sidewalk that are crumbled.Some slight detours may be necessary to navigate this trail so please use caution and be aware of your surroundings. Show more
#4 - West Pittston Historic Commerce Trail
Pittston, Pennsylvania
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Length: 2.6 mi • Est. 1 h 3 m
This 2.5 mile trail has stops along the way at that highlight several important places from West Pittston’s Industrial and Commercial past. This trail does not include every business that has operated in West Pittston. This was done purposely to inspire you to look deeper into the Borough’s history. The West Pittston Historic Commerce Trail Please note that this walk is through the residential areas of West Pittston, so please be courteous other’s property. Also remember to be aware of traffic and cross at intersections and use crosswalks when available. Begin the hike at the PNC Bank at the Corner of Delaware Ave and Wyoming Ave. Accessibility: This trail is mostly flat (estimated grade of 0-1%). There are some sections that are estimated to be a mostly gentle slope at 4% grade. Portions of the trail are concrete sidewalk while others are asphalt alleyways or packed dirt paths. The sidewalks are estimated to be 4-6 feet wide with many pull off areas along the way. Other portions of the trail along paths and alleys are estimated to be 3-7 feet wide. There may be sections of sidewalk that are crumbled. Crossing train tracks is necessary by waypoint 9 and there is no sidewalk along this portion. Some slight detours may be necessary to navigate this trail so please use caution and be aware of your surroundings. Show more