Start on the 1,000 Steps Trail and then continue up Jacks Mountain to Shorb's Summit for a grand vista.
This 5.8-miler in Allegheny County's sprawling North Park visits maple and oak forests, babbling creeks, and a scenic overlook.
A 10.3-mile out-and-back (or a 5.4-mile shuttle), this peaceful walk along the Monongahela River wanders through remnants of Pittsburgh's industrial past and present.
Witness southwest Pennsylvania at is wildest on a three-day, 31-mile shuttle along and over river valleys.
This 10-miler treks through babbling creeks, along an unending series of up-and-down slopes, and under the cover of white pine and hemlock forest.
Climb a few of Pittsburgh's 700-plus stairways on this 3.2-mile urban loop that begins in the trendy South Side neighborhood and tops out with a skyscraper city view from a cemetery atop Mount Oliver.
Climb above the Allegheny River and see its serpentine course from a bluff-top vantage on this seven-mile point-to-point in Harrison Hills County Park.
Just an hour and a half from Pittsburgh, this easy 3.2-mile loop rolls through forests bustling with migratory warblers, passes the spillway of the Yellow Creek dam, and tours the shore of Yellow Creek Lake.