Trails

With the decline of the steel-making in southwestern Pennsylvania, Rivers of Steel is restoring, protecting and enhancing the land and water resources of the region. By building trails along riverfronts and old railroad corridors and constructing river landings, the Heritage Area is capitalizing on the wealth of natural resources this region offers residents and visitors.

Trail guide maps are available at the following websites:

Butler-Freeport Trail Council

Great Allegheny Passage

Montour Trail

Steel Valley Trail

Three Rivers Heritage Trail

Washington's Trail

Youghiogheny River Trail

 

The Historic Pump House is a trailhead of the Great Allegheny Passage which encompasses the Steel Valley Trail in the Mon Valley.  Rivers of Steel welcomes cyclists to the property to enjoy bike-amentities such as restrooms in the nearby Water Tower, bike racks, benches and picnic tables.  Overnight and daytime parking is available in return for a small daily donation or an annual membership as a Trail Head Friend.  Click here to become a friend of the Trail Head.  Regardless of whether you become a friend or donate on a per usage basis, overnight parking requires you to complete a registration form.  All parking is at your own risk.  Rivers of Steel is not responsible for damage or theft to vehicles or vehicle contents.  Questions?  Contact trailhead@riversofsteel.com.

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