|Length||2.1 mi (3.4 km)|
|Location||Fayette County Pennsylvania|
Dunbar Township at Junction with
Youghiogheny River Trail South, part of the
Great Allegheny Passage Trail System
The Sheepskin Trail is a non-motorized rail-trail in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. It is planned to eventually link the Great Allegheny Passage trail system near Dunbar to the Mon River Trail system at the Pennsylvania/West Virginia state line near Point Marion. Currently, due to funding restrictions, the trail is only opened for 2.1 miles (3.4 km) from the Great Allegheny Passage junction to the Dunbar town center, where there is parking and a comfort station available for public use.
History and Future
Plans are still being worked out at this time to construct the trail further towards Uniontown, the county seat, and then further to Point Marion, as funding becomes available.