Monthly Archives: September 2019

Hiking The Warrior Trail for History Buffs

This beautiful hiking trail in Greene County, Pennsylvania, was originally a path used for over 5,000 years by Native Americans heading west to Flint Ridge, Ohio for supplies of flint. The entire trail runs for 67 miles from Greensboro, PA on the Monongahela River in the east to the Ohio River in West Virginia. There is access at several locations along the trail so you can opt for a long one-day hike if you wish. Several overnight shelters are also available along the trail.​​

The drive on 79 South, is just an hour away from your place at the


Hike the Baker Trail in the Autumn

A favorite with backpackers, the 140-mile Baker Trail traverses rolling farmland and forests from the outskirts of Pittsburgh to the Allegheny National Forest. This enjoyable hiking and backpacking trail passes through Cook Forest State Park and the Crooked Creek Lake recreation area.

Just an hour of a leisurely drive from your home at .  Take the time for your relaxation in nature to the Baker trail this Autumn.  BalerTrailMap

Hike at the Laurel Highlands Trail

Ranked as one of the best hiking trails in Pennsylvania—and the nation—for its accessibility, amenities, and beauty, the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail meanders for 70 miles atop the Laurel Ridge between ​Ohiopyle and Johnstown.


Just 1.5 hours away from your downtown Pittsburgh home at the

Laurel Highland Directions The trail is especially beautiful in June when the Mountain Laurel and Rhododendron are in bloom, and in mid-October when fall leaves reach their colorful peak.