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Pittsburgh to Cumberland Trail
of the
Allegheny Trail Alliance

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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 rail trail connecting Pittsburgh PA and Cumberland MD. Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000 by Allegheny Trail Alliance, Bill Metzger, Mary Shaw, and Roy Weil. Amenity information courtesy of FreeWheeling Easy. We encourage you to create links to this site and to print copies of the maps for your personal use. We prohibit other uses of this site, especially if they generate spam or other mass communications -- see our Privacy Policy.. This page was last modified on 09/03/00. Send email to ATA or contact the ATA or member trails.

Use the trails sensibly. We provide this information to support your enjoyment, and we have made a serious effort to present accurate descriptions and to confirm trail status. However, we are human, trails change with time, and we occasionally receive incorrect information. Weather, wear, construction, vandalism, changes in land status and other great forces can alter conditions, erode trail surfaces, create obstacles, or even close trails. Therefore we cannot be responsible for discrepancies between these descriptions and actual trail conditions. Under no circumstances do we recommend that you trespass on private lands or violate any laws. Nor do we ever recommend that you do anything dangerous: some trail activities have intrinsic risks, for which you must assume responsibility. Additional risks are inherent in the mix of activities that take place on the trails. Everyone who sets out on a trip assumes personal responsibility, not only for his or her own safety, but also for the safety of others on the trip. Ultimately the quality of your experience depends mostly on your own common sense and good judgment