Bear Run Nature Reserve
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Ashley E
2 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2020
This is a beautiful and scenic trail that is great for hiking with others or with pets. We love to take both of our dogs to this trail, they are english labs and love it! This trail is completely free and great for families.
Écrit le 12 juin 2020
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carynctraveler98
north carolina28 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2019 • En couple
Great to pair with Fallingwater. The terrain is rocky and uneven but the yellow loop isn’t very hilly. Excellent blazes. Estimate on time was fairly close. Nothing spectacular to see on the yellow loop - just a good woodsy trail that we had to ourselves in a recent Friday afternoon.
Écrit le 5 octobre 2019
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Beth S
6 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juin 2019 • En couple
We wanted to get a hike in and were surprised that there is a hefty $33 per person entrance fee for Fallingwater and even a $10 per person fee for hiking on the property. But connected to the Fallingwater property is the Bear Run Nature Preserve with nice trails, completely free. Park behind the barn, across from the Fallingwater entrance, and there is a nice sign with marked trails of varying lengths. Something for everyone. Even a couple of picnic tables.
Écrit le 4 juin 2019
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HeardItBothWays
Easton, Pennsylvanie2 370 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
oct. 2018 • En couple
My husband and I visited Bear Run Nature Reserve while visiting Pittsburgh. It was about a 90 minute drive from the city, and offered plenty of trails to experience and views of the early fall foliage. We visited Fallingwater, which was beautiful, and hiked the Paradise Overlook Trail, which was an easy hike with a lovely view of the Youghiogheny River Gorge. I'd definitely recommend a trip if you're in the vicinity!
Écrit le 28 octobre 2018
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doug6458
Ocean Township, NJ171 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juill. 2018 • En solo
I went here just by accident, passing by on my way to Falling Waters. Turned around and checked it out, truly a hidden jem. Trails are quiet and peaceful, well maintained and posted very well. Great place for a quick hike.
Écrit le 25 juillet 2018
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Nurseof3
Sterling Heights, MI13 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
juill. 2018 • En solo
The trails here are beautiful, you can tell the preservation group really does a beautiful job maintaining the trails.. I wish I lived here so I could enjoy these quiet trails more often..
Écrit le 7 juillet 2018
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jackel55
Pittsburgh PA13 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
août 2017 • En solo
Bear Run has a network of about 21 miles of trails color-coded for difficulty. Each color loop has a suggested completion time (on the trail map). You can mix or match to get a nifty workout. The easier trails are suitable for kids, even toddlers. The terrain is a mix of streams, hills, meadows, and forest. In late June, early July, the rhododendron are in bloom. Spring features a nice collection of wildflowers. In winter, the trails are suitable for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The trail system has improved vastly over the past few years as the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has put a lot of effort into improving and maintaining the trail system.
Écrit le 26 août 2017
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Rosie0302
Pennsylvanie74 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2016 • En couple
I'm almost reluctant to review this because if more people discover how fabulous it is it won't be as exclusive as I've experienced it. Trails meander through different forest types alongside and crossing over pristine mountain streams. In May one enjoys blooming Mt. Laurel, in June/July Rhododendron and multicolored leaves in fall. Many days I've been on the reserve and not seen another human. The Arbutus Trail is one of my favorites especially when spring wildflowers are blooming. Take a guide book along with you to identify them. It's free and open 24/7. Thank you to the Western PA Conservancy for maintaining this property for all to enjoy.
Écrit le 24 septembre 2016
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Travelwestport
Alexandria, Virginie370 contributions
4,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2016 • En couple
We took an easy loop and it was a though we were in the middle of nowhere all by ourselves. Beautiful
Écrit le 21 septembre 2016
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ExploringPA
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvanie47 contributions
5,0 sur 5 bulles
sept. 2016 • En couple
We have been hiking many of the trails in the area since we located here two years ago, and have found this one to be exceptionally beautiful! Trails are well marked and maintained. There was very little foot traffic the day we were there, which can make for a very peaceful hike. There are some campgrounds that you can hike in and out of, but they are primitive, with little more than a fire ring and a small clearing. Just a word to the wise, during hunting season it is recommended to wear an orange vest (as we have found in some other parks). But don't let that stop you! It's well worth it, trails range from very short to up to 11.9 miles long, or any combination. Enjoy!
Écrit le 18 septembre 2016
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