Greene River Trail


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About 60 miles south of Pittsburgh, the beautiful Greene River trail parallels the Monongahela River as it winds through the coal mining region of Greene County. The 5.2 mile trail starts in Millsboro at the Green Cove Yacht Club trailhead. Once on the trail you will follow Ten Mile Creek for under a mile to where it flows into the Monongahela River. From there, the trail runs south along the river through a stretch of peaceful, scenic woodlands. The smooth trail surface is well maintained, and the trail is enclosed by rustic wood fencing along much of the route. At about the 2 mile mark you’ll enter the town of Rice Landing. You can also to begin your ride from the Rice Landing trailhead. After Rice Landing, the trail continues to wind along the Monongahela River for another two miles until you reach the end point along Crucible Road in Crucible. The trail currently comes to an abrupt end in Crucible but will eventually extend another nine miles to Nemacolin, PA.

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