Tryon-Weber Woods

Tryon-Weber Woods is an 84-acre forested property owned by Western Pennsylvania Conservancy in Crawford County. Although there are no official trails within Tryon-Weber Woods, the small, rolling woodland can be traversed easily in an afternoon. The property is named for the late Dr. C. A. Tryon (University of Pittsburgh Pymatuning Laboratory of Ecology) who conducted several studies on the ecological interrelationships of the forest, and Dr. Robert G. Weber who previously owned the property. A 40-acre stand of old-growth beech-maple forest is the highlight of this site.

 
 
 
 
 
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