Breathe In The Fresh Air & Stay Socially Distant On These 5 Winter Hikes Near Pittsburgh

Wintertime’s meant for spending outdoors (then cozying up under a thick blanket to warm up). We’ve got an abundance of winter activities – skiing, sledding, snow tubing, and skateboarding – to fill the whole season. Hiking in the winter can also give us a unique perspective on nature, often at its prettiest blanketed in snow. Here are five winter hikes in Pittsburgh you’ll definitely want to check out.

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What are your favorite winter hikes near Pittsburgh? Let us know in the comments! Since we’re in the throes of another winter, who’s up for a bit of reminiscing? Here are five winter storms that have certainly gone down in Pittsburgh history.

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