A big thank you to all our volunteers for the United Way Day of Caring on the WHT on Oct. 8, 2020! Lots of staining was done by all, and the trail looks great because of all the hard work!
Thank you Karen for all your dedication and hard work making these historical markers a reality. Today six were installed and eleven more will be installed in the near future. It’s WHT volunteers that make it happen and thanks to the grant received from The Pittsburgh Foundation ….
Murrysville to Export mile markers are officially installed! Members of the board and volunteers worked on Monday, September 23 to install mile posts, historical sign posts, benches, and tree plantings. What a day! Below are a few pictures from the day. Thank you to everyone who was involved!
Our mile markers are officially installed! Members of the board and volunteers worked through the heat on Tuesday, August 28 to install the posts. Below are a few pictures from the day. Thank you to everyone who was involved!
Phase IV of the trail is slowly but surely progressing! Here are some volunteers helping to finish the recently completed bridge located near Marlee Acres and just west of Haymaker Farm Road. It was completely 5/26/18.
Some winter pictures from along the trail. You never know what nature will surprise you with!
Pictures from the Grand Opening Ceremony for the Murrysville to Trafford section:
Volunteers helping in various ways:
Before and after photos of Turtle Creek’s bank along sections of the trail where the Westmoreland Conservation District completed a streambank stabilization project to benefit both the integrity of the trail and water quality of the creek.
These are pictures from 2013 and 2015 found on the blog coalandcoke.blogspot.com of the Murrysville to Trafford section of the trail before its completion into the new section of the Heritage Trail. See if you can find any of these before pictures’ locations on your next ride on the trail!