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Where to Run and Walk in Pittsburgh

Peters Trail
40 Miles, Crushed Limestone
The Montour Trail is the trail organization that runs through South Park Township. It is a multi-use non-motorized recreational rail-trail that will ultimately extend 47 miles from Coraopolis to Clairton. Currently, multiple sections of the trail totaling over 40 miles are completed. New sections are being added each year. 

Three Rivers Heritage Trail & Friends of the Riverfront
22 Miles, Paved 
The Three Rivers Heritage Trail is a wonderful pedestrian trail and greenway system in the Pittsburgh region running for 21 miles along both sides of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers, it is an almost complete public route for cyclists, walkers, runners, and in some places rollerbladers. 

Frick Park
Known as Pittsburgh’s woodland park for its extensive trails throughout steep valleys and wooded slopes, Frick Park is an ideal escape from the noise of the city. 

Schenley Park
Created in 1889 with land donated by heiress Mary Schenley, the park now contains 456 acres of trails, woods, and attractions.

The Great Allegheny Passage
The Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) rail-trail offers 135 miles of hiking and biking between Cumberland, MD, and Duquesne, PA, near Pittsburgh. A nearly level trail along winding rivers, shaded valleys, and traditional small towns. 

 

South Park
A 3,000-acre recreational area that is popular for its natural beauty and a wide range of recreational activities. While the park is owned and operated by the County of Allegheny, 
a large portion of the park lies within the boundaries of South Park Township the municipality.

North Park
3,075 acres located in Hampton, McCandless and Pine Townships. There is a 5-mile loop that is pretty well maintained through the winter months.

Dead Man's Hollow

This park offers 4 trails of varying difficulty and connects to the Yough River Trail.

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Online Resources

www.mapmyrun.com
Plot your running routes over mountains (view elevation), through the woods (topo maps), and speeding
through the city (street level views) with just a few mouse clicks.

www.runnersworld.com
An Online Running Magazine

www.runningtimes.com
An Online Running Magazine

www.pittsburghrunning.org
People Who Run Downtown - A Pittsburgh Running Group

www.pittsburghtriathlonclub.com
Whether you're training to finish your first sprint or are a seasoned veteran, the PTC has something for everyone.

www.aausports.org
Resource for athletes

www.active.com
A great resource for finding and registering for local and national races

www.letsrun.com
World famous message boards

www.usatf.org
A database of America's running routes

www.thegreaterpittsburghroadrunnersclub.com
The oldest running group in Pittsburgh

www.marathonguide.com
Everything marathoning - information, results, and more

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Referrals

    Personal Training and Fitness

Integrated Fitness - Pittsburgh Crossfit, Bootcamps, and Personal Training
412-254-FiTT
if-fit.com

Jill Dodin – Locke’s Personal Fitness
88 Fort Couch Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15241
            (412) 310-3082      
sdodin@comcast.net

Mark Selekman, B.S., CFT - Mark Selekman & Associates
Master Trainer - ISSA, Member AAPT
            (724) 328-6963      
markselekman@hotmail.com
www.pittfit.com

Peg Pardini, CPT - Fitness Instructor
ACE, NETA, and AFAA Certified
Pilates~Personal Training~Cardio-Kickboxing~Aerobics
            (412) 600-8160      
msfit@verizon.net

Human Vortex Training
Menachem Brodie - NSCA-CSCS, USA Cycling Coach, PA-EMTB 
            (412) 606-4025       
HumanVortexTraining@gmail.com 
www.humanvortextraining.com

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Friends of Fleet Feet

Washington County Road Runners ClubWashington County Road Runners

The Washington County Road Runners Club is a friendly, family-oriented club dedicated to promoting running and walking in Washington County.

Our mission is to unite runners and walkers of every level of ability and interest, promoting good health, friendship and camaraderie.

Visit their website: http://www.wcrrc.com/

 

The Cardello Building

http://www.cardellobuilding.com/

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