Surround Yourself With Fall Foliage On Frick Park Loop Trail, An Easy 4.9-Mile Hike In Pittsburgh
Most of us would likely agree that Pittsburgh looks like an artist’s masterpiece, especially painted in the colors of fall. We have no shortage of ways to admire the fall foliage – from strolls in picturesque neighborhoods to hikes in area state parks. Arguably, the most beautiful fall hike in Pittsburgh runs through Frick Park. If you’re searching for an ideal spot to view the fall foliage, set off on the Frick Park Loop Trail.
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Do you have a favorite autumn hike in Pittsburgh? Tell us about it in the comments! In the mood for a leisurely day trip during the fall? Click here to read about the eight best fall day trips around Pittsburgh.