Westmoreland Heritage Trail


Ride or walk through history along the Westmoreland Heritage Trail! Approximately nine miles of the Westmoreland Heritage Trail are completed and open from Saltsburg to Delmont. An additional 5.9 miles from Duff Park in Murrysville to B-Y Park in Trafford are open and ready to use. The trail chapter’s long term goal is acquire and construct a twenty-two mile hiking and bicycling trail from Saltsburg to Trafford. 

Click here for an updated map that includes Phase 3 from Murrysville to Trafford!

Phase Four Progressive Grand Opening: Saturday, August 17, 2019

Ride your bikes and join us for a progressive grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting on Saturday, August 17, 2019, starting at 10:30 a.m. The first ceremony will be held at the Robert’s Trail Access between the Fire Place Store and Airgas along Route 22 East. Guests are then encouraged to ride the Trail to Lincoln Avenue in Export for ceremonies starting at 12:00 p.m., in conjunction with the Export Ethnic Food and Music Festival. All times are approximate. Click here to view the invitation!

Parking is limited at the Roberts Trail Access, so we are asking guests to park at the Murrysville Community Center, the Branthoover Cut-off jug handle beside Leone Pet Supplies, Meier’s Ace Hardware, Howard Hanna Murrysville Real Estate plaza at 4115 William Penn Highway (shuttle will be available), or other trail heads along the trail. Please ride your bike or walk to the Robert’s Trail Access for the ceremony!

The trail is ideal for walking, jogging, bicycling, and cross-country skiing. The trail has a wide, flat handicapped accessible surface and will accommodate everyone regardless of age or physical ability (view the Regional Trail Corporation Mobility Device Policy).

Just a note: if you are using the WHT from Murrysville to Trafford, please park in designated trail parking areas (Roberts Trail Access/Duff Park in Murrysville, Saunders Station Area in Monroeville, and BY Park in Trafford). DO NOT PARK in parking lots owned by private businesses. Thank you for your cooperation!

The Westmoreland Heritage Trail Chapter has it's own official website, dedicated to trail news, updates, events, and more!

WHT awarded the Blue Star Memorial at Roberts Trail Access in Murrysville

On Sunday, October 21, 2018, the Westmoreland Heritage Trail Chapter, along with the Murrysville Garden Club and the Murrysville American Legion Post #711, was awarded the Blue Star Memorial Marker that was placed at the Roberts Trail Access Area in Murrysville. The Blue Star Memorial is a living tribute to the men and women who have served, are now serving, and will serve in the Armed Forces of this great Nation. The WHT is honored to be chosen as the site for this memorial!

Check out a slideshow of photos from the Blue Star Memorial Dedication Ceremony!
Blue Star Memorial crowd

About Us

The Westmoreland Heritage Trail Chapter is a volunteer organization and is associated with the Regional Trail Corporation, a non-profit entity which promotes the conversion of railroad right-of-ways into trails within Westmoreland, Allegheny and Fayette Counties. By becoming a member of the chapter, you can help us make this trail a reality!

Download the WHT Map and Membership Brochure

If you're interested in purchasing a bench in memory of a loved one, or if you'd like to advertise on a mile post along the trail, please click on the links below for an application:
WHT Bench Application
WHT Mile Post Sponsorship Application