Greene County Country Cruise

Ruff Creek, Pennsylvania

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The Greene County Country Cruise is a rural and moderately hilly ride through southwest Pennsylvania’s picturesque countryside. Cycle through miles of pastures and farms boasting stone homes and Mail Pouch barns. With long, flat, relaxing stretches along popular trout streams, the cruise challenges with several granny-gear climbs that eventually reward with stunning ridge vistas. Spend a weekend in one of Waynesburg’s charming Victorian B&Bs and enjoy the Ryerson Station rides on your second day. Time your visit to Waynesburg for July 29 and enjoy the town’s “Rain Day” festival. The townsfolk guarantee you a wet ride.
Road Biking Western Pennsylvania

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Road Biking Western Pennsylvania

by Jim Homerosky (Falcon Guides)

The Greene County Country Cruise is a rural and moderately hilly ride through southwest Pennsylvania’s picturesque countryside. Cycle through miles of pastures and farms boasting stone homes and Mail Pouch barns.

With long, flat, relaxing stretches along popular trout streams, the cruise challenges with several granny-gear climbs that eventually reward with stunning ridge vistas. Spend a weekend in one of Waynesburg’s charming Victorian B&Bs and enjoy the Ryerson Station rides on your second day. Time your visit to Waynesburg for July 29 and enjoy the town’s “Rain Day” festival. The townsfolk guarantee you a wet ride.

©  Jim Homerosky/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Ruff Creek
Distance: 38
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Spring through fall
Trailhead Elevation: 1,150 feet
Top Elevation: 1,400 feet
Local Contacts: Contact information for local attractions, restaurants, lodging, and bike shops is provided in the eTrail.
Driving Directions: Directions to Greene County Country Cruise

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May 2018