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​​​​​​​​​​​​Westmoreland Yough Trail Chapter

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"The 2016 WYTC run/walk was very well organized--in fact out of the hundreds of 5k/10k races that we have done this was one of the most organized.  The race started on time, the water stops went smoothly, and there was no waiting for the award ceremony.  The swag was awesome--free pizza, free subway, plus raffles (one for a bike).  Although it was raining last year, the course was flat and puddle free! We will definitely be registered  for 2017--hopefully it will be drier.  It will be a good 'shake out' run after the  Pgh. Marathon. "
Norm and Marilyn McKinley

"Can’t Wait" – Danial Rause, 2016 participant.

West Newton Trailhead - GPS Coordinates
N40° 12.660 - W79° 46.223 - Elevation 769 ft.

Read all about it! The 2016 WYTC Trail Tales Newsletter is available on-line.  Also, you may access it on our News-2016 Page.  Thank you, Becky Nichols, News Editor! 


If you wish to donate to the WYTC, please do so below. All funds help to maintain the Trail so that users like you can enjoy every minute of their ride or walk. Thank you very much!

Steel City Runners at the 2016 WYTC/Foxes 5k/10k/2Mile Fun Walk
"Fantastic race. Thank you from the Steel City Road Runners to all the volunteers and sponsors that make this race possible. "

Click HERE for GAP Run/Walk  registration form.

Why should YOU participate? Read below comments from 2016 participants. 

"A little rain isn't going to keep me from free pizza.  And on a cold rainy day, hot pizza was just the thing!!!!"
Anthony Boerio, 2016 Run Participant

Click HERE for On-Line Registration.

Biking And Walking The Westmoreland County Section of The Great Allegheny Passage

Last updated  3-19-2017

Donna Morrison, Web Administrator:

webadmin@bikewytc.org

 ​​​​​​​The Westmoreland Yough Trail Chapter (WYTC) is a group of volunteers dedicated to maintaining and  improving the 10.5 mile Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania section of the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP).

​ During 2014 the West Newton Station received visitors from 40 of the 48 continental United States and from  12 countries.   Whether you enjoy biking, walking, hiking, running, or cross-country skiing, you will delight in the  beauty of this section of the  Great Allegheny Passage,a 150-mile system of biking and hiking trails connecting  Cumberland, MD and Pittsburgh, PA.

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