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In the News #2

Snow Steppin’

Washington Observer-Reporter,  January 2023

Area outdoor enthusiasts pass the winter by using the Montour Trail.

‘Living life’: Man Treks Montour TrNews: Ian’s Ride on the Montour Trail advocates outdoor access for all users, no matter their abilitiesail in Wheelchair to Advocate for Outdoor Access

Observer-Reporter, October 2022

The Almanac, October 2022

Ian’s Ride on the Montour Trail advocates outdoor access for all users, no matter their abilities. Wheelchair user Ian MacKay suggests, “Too often, people think about the things they can’t do instead of the things that they can do. Make sure you’re not being stagnant, that you’re attempting growth, and you’re out there living life.”

Stepping up: Volunteers Donate Thousands of Hours of Time Maintaining the Region’s Myriad Hiking, Biking Trails

Tribune-Review, July 2022

Many trails see heavy use and require regular maintenance, which is handled largely through a cooperative effort among trail officials, volunteer groups and the towns through which they pass. Montour Trail Council President Deb Thompson says there is more to trail volunteer work than people realize.

Montour Trail Named Best in the ‘Burgh, Again!

Pittsburgh Magazine, July 2022

In the entertainment & leisure category, readers chose the Montour Trail as their favorite.

News report: Southpointe connection to Montour TrailNew Pathway to Connect Southpointe with Montour Trail

Observer-Reporter, June 2022

A ceremonial groundbreaking announced a 1,300-foot pathway that will link Montour Trail to Southpointe. County, township and business representatives touted the project as a way to connect businesses and residential neighborhoods to recreational opportunities located just over the hillside.

Always B Smiling Launches Adaptive Bicycle Riding Program on Montour Trail

The Almanac, May 2021

The nonprofit hosts adaptive bike rides for children and young adults and expects to build an activity center somewhere along the Montour Trail.

A Walk with a Purpose

Observer-Reporter, April 2021

A reporter’s walk on the Montour Trail yields a garbage bag filled with castoffs from other users.

Montour Named to PA Top-Ten Trails List

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, January 2021

The national trail network touts the Montour Trail for its fascinating bridges, tunnels and colorful landscapes. Pennsylvania is a leader in national trail development.

Allegheny Land Trust Acquisition at Montour Trail to Enhance Outdoor Recreation

Tribune-Review, November 2019

ALT purchased Moon Township acreage near MM 1 of the Montour Trail last month to preserve as greenway space. The acquisition will have significant implications for water quality and flood prevention in Montour Run.
Great American Rail-Trail Coming

Post-Gazette, May 2019

How the Great Allegheny Passage Transformed a Region

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, May 2020

The GAP is a valued recreation and active transportation asset for communities. It is also a bucket-list destination for bicyclists and hikers, some of whom begin or end their trek on the Montour Trail.

Montour Trail Council Enters 30th Year of Championing Outdoors

Tribune-Review, March 2019

Volunteers Work to Ensure Montour Trail Tunnel Remains Open During Winter

The Almanac, February 2019

Montour Trail Named Pennsylvania’s 2017 Trail of the Year

Department of Conservation and Natural Resources,

January 2017

News report: Montour Trail named PA trail of the year