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Allegheny Trail Alliance

Pittsburgh to Cumberland Trail

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Allegheny Trail Alliance

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Welcome to the Allegheny Trail Alliance web site!  We're a group of trail-building groups working to connect our trails into a continuous, 400-mile, motor-free trail system connecting the communities of Pittsburgh PA with Washington DC.

This is a great trail and we want you to use it, so we've designed this site to give you all the information you need for an enjoyable trail experience.  There are maps for you to print out, lists of services along the trail and links to connecting trails and other services.  So come on in, and Happy Trails!

  Allegheny Trail Alliance General Location Map
         

What you'll find here,

 

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and how to find it:

 

[Overview Map]

  [ATA Information]
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Trail maps with information about trail access, weather, and nearby amenities and services

  Information about Allegheny Trail Alliance: events, plans, other information sources
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This page is part of the Allegheny Trail Alliance's site in support of the Pittsburgh to Cumberland Trail, a motor-free recreational trail providing the western 40% of the motor-free connection between Pittsburgh PA with Washington DC, connecting with the C&O Canal Towpath. The ATA is an alliance of seven trail organizations: Montour Trail Council, Friends of the Riverfront, Steel Industry Heritage Corporation, Regional Trail Corporation, Ohiopyle State Park, Somerset County Rails to Trails Association, and Allegheny Highlands in Md. It is brought to you in cooperation with the authors of FreeWheeling Easy in Western Pennsylvania.

Smilin' Bill Metzger, Culprit-in-chief. Mary Shaw, Lead accomplice. Roy Weil, Master byte mechanic. Pam Metzger, Co-conspirator. Copyright 1998 variously by Allegheny Trail Alliance, Bill Metzger, Mary Shaw, and Roy Weil. All rights reserved. We encourage you to create links to this site and to print copies of the maps for your personal use. We do not grant permission for you to copy parts of this site for any other use. We absolutely prohibit the use of any portion of this site to generate spam or other mass communications. This page was last modified on 03/15/99. Comments to the ATA office.