Boyce Park Log Cabin Trail, A 2.9-Mile Hike Near Pittsburgh, Takes You Through A Beautiful Wooded Area

Pittsburgh boasts so many amazing places to hike that it would probably take us years to explore all of the trails. Today, let’s set off on a trail near Pittsburgh that sits in the popular Boyce Park, probably best known for its skiing, snow tubing, and other winter activities. Within its lush acreage, however, the park also features more than a dozen trails, ideal for hiking, jogging, and even biking.

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Do you have a favorite hike near Pittsburgh? Tell us about it in the comments! If you like to stop and smell the flowers during your hike, set off on Jennings Trail. Click here to read more.