Take in the beauty of the scenic Laurel Highlands on a bike ride through state parks, along the Great Allegheny Passage rail trail and at world class resorts. These bike trails offer a variety of riding options, from downhill thrills to nearly-level family-friendly rides
These nearly-level trails that once felt the rumble of freight trains now serve as paths for bikers of all ages, abilities and skill.
76 miles of this 150-mile trail weaves through the Laurel Highlands and eventually connects to the C&O Canal Towpath in Washington D.C., totaling 335 miles from Pittsburgh, PA to Washington D.C. Every few miles, bikers will find a charming trail town that offers lodging, activities, a meal to refuel and more. Guided tours and shuttle services are available
Pass historic coke ovens on this 6-mile trail that links Mount Pleasant and Scottdale along Jacobs Creek..
This trail not only connects to Great Allegheny Passage to the historic town of Dunbar on 2.1 miles, but it also connects the Great Allegheny Passage to Morgantown, West Virginia, providing 34 miles of trails across rural Fayette County.
This 5.9-mile trail connects Saltsburg to Trafford, with stops in Slickville and Delmont.
The Five Star Trail connects Greensburg to Youngwood, continuing to Armbrust.
A 19-mile-long hike and bike trail along Indian Creek extending from Route 31 in Donegal Township all the way to the Youghiogheny River. ICVT passes through both Westmoreland and Fayette Counties in the Laurel Highlands and is managed by Mountain Watershed Association staff and volunteers.
Ohiopyle, a trail town along the GAP, is also home to several beautiful mountain biking trails throughout the state park.