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Photography hike ends Murrysville trail walks

| Friday, Oct. 8, 2010

The 2010 Murrysville Trail Walks conclude on Saturday with a photography walk at Murrysville's Bear Hollow Park.

To join other photographers, capture some great photos and enjoy the fall colors, meet in the Bear Hollow Park parking lot at 8 a.m.

There are no fees for the walk, and no advance registration is required. Bring a camera, wear comfortable shoes, and be prepared for rain or shine. The casual walk will last from two to three hours, although participants may leave at any time. It will be a great opportunity to take some shots for entry in the 2010 Murrysville Parks and Reserve photo contest.

Bear Hollow Park is at 4100 Bear Hollow Park Court. From Sardis Road, turn onto Heather Drive to enter the Heather Highlands plan. Turn right onto Forbes Trail Drive, then make the first left onto Trouthaven Drive. Near the top of the hill, the entrance to Bear Hollow Park is on the right.

Murrysville's 2010 Trail Walks were organized by the Murrysville Trail Alliance and the Westmoreland Conservancy. More information about the walk and the alliance may be found at www.murrysvilletrails.org or by calling 724 325-4026.

Information about the Murrysville Parks and Reserves digital photo contest may be found at www.murrysvillephotocontest.org .

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