Pittsburgh PA Parks and Recreation ~ So many parks, so little time! Whatever fun you are looking for in Pittsburgh you will find it here!
Parks & Recreation in the Pittsburgh area
Biking & Hiking in Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh is a bike friendly city! Whether you bike, hike, or run, you are sure to have a great view. Our favorite trail areas include: Eliza Furnace Trail, Frick Park, Schenley Park, Panther Hollow Trail, Steel Valley Trail, Southside Trail, South Park, Mingo Creek, Montour Trail, Settlers Cabin, Bavington, Millvale Riverfront Park, Riverview Park, Duck Hollow Trail, North Park, Hartwood Acres. Other biking/ hiking areas within 1 hour of Pittsburgh include Ohiopyle and 7 Springs.
The Three Rivers Heritage Trail system include 4 riverfront trails ~ the North Shore Trail, the South Side Trail, the Eliza Furnace Trail and the Pittsburgh Riverwalk. The Hot Metal Bridge has been converted to a pedestrian connection and connects the Eliza Furnace Trail to the South Side and Steel Valley trails. The trail offers access to city neighborhoods, business districts, and local attractions, some parking and restroom options, as well as historic and interpretive signs, river views, kayak and canoe launching points and bike rentals!
The Montour Trail is a multi-use non-motorized recreational rail-trail near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and will ultimately extend 46 miles from Moon Township near Coraopolis to Clairton. The trail connects to the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP), a trail system that stretches over 330 miles from Pittsburgh to Washington, DC. Currently, multiple sections of the trail totaling over 40 miles are completed, with a few gaps in the southern portion of the trail. New sections are being added each year!
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