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» Pennsylvania Rails to Trails  
In depth, county by county maps of active trails and those under construction.

» Pittsburgh to Cumberland Trail  
Welcome to the Allegheny Trail Alliance web site! We're a group of trail-building organizations working to connect our trails into a continuous, 400-mile, motor-free bicycling and walking trail system connecting the communities of Pittsburgh PA with Washington DC. So get out your bike and join us!

» Roaring Run Watershed Association. Apollo, PA.  
The watershed, near Apollo, Pennsylvania, includes both Rattling Run and Roaring Run. Three waterfalls grace Rattling Run, and both streams tumble in picturesque riffles. Huge boulders and trees cover the hills, and the entire area is ideally suited to picnicking, hiking, and general enjoyment of nature.

» The Armstrong Trail - Allegheny Valley Land Trust  
The trail begins in Schenley, Gilpin Township, Armstrong County, PA, and follows what is predominantly the eastern shore of the Allegheny River northward, finally reaching East Brady in southern Clarion County. AVLT also controls 4 miles of the former Lawsonham Low-Grade line adjacent to Redbank Creek, the boundary between Armstrong and Clarion.

» The Montour Trail  
The Montour Trail Council (MTC) was organized in November 1989 to convert the abandoned right-of way of the Montour Railroad in Allegheny and Washington Counties, Pennsylvania, into a 54-mile (including spur lines) hiking and biking trail.

» Three Rivers Heritage Trail  
Promoting public access and public appreciation of Pittsburgh's river resources.

» Youghiogheny River Trail  
The YRT North Section is a 43-mile limestone surfaced trail built along the "railbanked" right-of-way of the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad between McKeesport and Connellsville.



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