Posts Tagged "Nature"


Updated on: 11/14/18Robin Hill Park is a 140 acre park in Moon Township that has roughly two miles of hiking trails. While this one can be explored in its entirety in just under an hour, it does offer a few notable sights worth seeing. Booking.com What You Can See at Robin Hill Park Out of all of the parks we've visited in Pittsburgh to date, Robin Hill Park may be one of the smallest. But don't let the size of this one fool you as it...

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Updated on: 10/24/18The Montour Woods Conservation Area is a 300 acre park operated by the Hollow Oak Land Trust in Coraopolis, PA with over 10 miles of trails. Booking.com Accessible in just a short drive from downtown Pittsburgh, the park offers a great opportunity to get out in nature with a few unique sights to check out! What You Can See in the Montour Woods The trails at Montour Woods offer a wonderful day out with a number of...

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Updated on: 11/20/18When it comes to getting out in nature, especially nature near Pittsburgh, it is really hard to say no to Ohiopyle State Park. Booking.com Between the trails, overlooks, and vastness of the park itself, you can really experience nature in any number of ways. But there is only one way to get out and enjoy the park at its most pristine and wild conditions- getting out on the water. Thankfully, there are a number of...

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Updated on: 10/12/18Braddock's Trail Park in Westmoreland County that, unless you are specifically looking for it or live nearby, you've probably never heard of before. Booking.com That is because this 148 acre park is relatively off-the-beaten-path for most hikers, and even we overlooked it for several years until our friends at UncoveringPA told us there is a modestly sized waterfall there to check out. So we all hopped in a car and...

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Updated on: 10/12/18Tucked away just steps away from the lake at Pittsburgh's North Park is the Go Ape Treetop Adventure obstacle course. Booking.com This one is almost a blink-and-you'll-miss-it kind of place (we sure did during our first visit to the park several years back) and is the kind of spot you really should plan to take some time to visit and enjoy. We were invited to check out the course by our friends at Go Ape Pittsburgh...

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