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This is a very nice trail along the river that goes across very interesting places like Washington landing and the Old Heinz factory . Beautiful views as well and the trail is well marked and paved. You can go also to the Poin from here
Parking at Washington’s Landing and riding bikes to the Roberto Clemente bridge is a perfect way to enjoy town and in this case, Picklesburgh, without the hassle of traffic and parking. Also, the Three Rivers Heritage Trail is the perfect vantage point to see the...More
My wife and I were in Pittsburgh for the weekend for a Penguin's game. We decided to see the sights along the Heritage River Trail. We strolled along both sides of the river along the trail. The North side was very nice. The trail passes...More
Great for renting bikes, going on a run or just strolling with friends/family. Great views on the river and city. Every year they have a 10 day Three Rivers Arts Festival on June 1-10th with hundreds of vendors, 5-6 stages for live music and arts/crafts...More
Very picturesque for a walk, run or bike.
I try to spend a little time here each year just to stroll and watch the river traffic go by. I find it very relaxing compared to the busy streets all around it. The traffic is slower,...More
My wife and I rented the Healthy 2 Go bicycles from near Hofbrauhaus and cycled out to the Duquesne Incline and back. Beautiful ride through the trees along the river. Had a great time! Dropped the bikes off downtown and walked across the bridge to...More
The main reason for visiting this trail is the beautiful view across the Allegheny River to Downtown Pittsburgh. It's around 3 miles each way from the Casino to Washington's Landing or Millvale Riverfront Park (the two alternate trailheads)
We rented bikes from one of the HealthyRide Bike stands which are all over the place.They only run $4.00 an hour and are easy to use. We started on the South Side of the Allegheny river and stayed there going East. We went about 10...More
This is a nice trail to walk and see the river and more of the city, but it was a far walk from downtown to get there. On the plusside you can get the city bikes and that makes it better.
The trail leaves you...More
We biked several portions of the trail and had a good time. We biked from the PNC Park died of the river over the bridge to the bike trail to maneuver through the city. It was a little rough in spots but overall In good...More
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I think so. If you asking about the trail between PNC Park and the Casino, along the river, it's wide open with great views and is pretty flat. You may have to be concerned about a youngster near the river - I don't... More
I think so. If you asking about the trail between PNC Park and the Casino, along the river, it's wide open with great views and is pretty flat. You may have to be concerned about a youngster near the river - I don't remember a guard rail - but there is plenty of room away from the river. Also there are quite a few steps to get down to the river from the upper sidewalk/road level - that could be a problem for grandparents. The entrance we took was out beyond the out field of the baseball stadium o 6th St. We parked at the Springhill Suites, on the other side of the baseball stadium about a block and 1/2 away. We were staying there and it cost $21/day if I remember correctly. If there is no baseball game going on you may have inexpensive (and closer) choices on the street. Also weekends my be less crowded. We needed a place to park for a couple of days. It's a really nice walk across the 6th St bridge to/from downtown Pittsburgh too - but I don't know how lively the grandparents are.
Hi, is it possible to access the trail from 10th Street & Duquesne Boulevard or just from the 11th Street? We would like to jog a bit from our hotel downtown when we stay there over the weekend.