Map of the Westmoreland Heritage Trail


Westmoreland Heritage Trail

Westmoreland Heritage Trail Pennsylvania map area

Westmoreland Heritage Trail


9 miles




Delmont, Slickville, Saltsburg


rail trail, woodlands, Beaver Run Reservoir, Loyolhanna Creek, Conemaugh River


West Penn Trail



Regional Trails

The Westmoreland Heritage Trail is a 9-mile long unpaved pathway that stretches between Delmont and Saltsburg in Western Pennsylvania. The trail follows an abandoned railroad right-of-way through the beautiful countryside of Pennsylvania, passing the Beaver Run Reservoir, Loyolhanna Creek and the Conemaugh River. There are plans to extend the route to the west as far as the community of Trafford and eventually connect to the Great Allegheny Passage.


The Westmoreland Heritage Trail is open for non-motorized use such as bike riding and walking. The surface is that of compacted crushed limestone. The trail goes through thickly forested areas.


The Westmoreland Heritage Trail goes near the communities of Delmont, Slickville and Saltsburg.

End Points

The west end of the Westmoreland Heritage Trail is located near Athena Drive and Lauffer Mine Road on the northeast side of Delmont.

The east end of the Westmoreland Heritage Trail is located at the intersection of Canal and Water Street in Saltsburg, just after crossing the Conemaugh River. This point is also the intersection with the West Penn Trail that then goes as far east as Blairsville.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Westmoreland Heritage Trail in Western Pennsylvania.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Pennsylvania

Below is a list of links to our maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Pennsylvania.

East Pennsylvania