Dear Diary, As the season changes, so does the color of the leaves on trees, creating lush landscapes and scenic road trips. You can stay within your zip code and drive to city parks or expand your horizons and head across the commonwealth. No matter where you drive to check out the crisp crimsons, bright oranges and neon yellows, pack you can create a fun, family road trip. Here are the best places to view fall foliage in the Pittsburgh region. Three Rivers Heritage Trail: You can park and walk the 22 miles path, which winds along both sides of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers. If you would rather travel faster, bring your bike or rollerblades to view the lush landscape. You can also take a ride on the Duquesne Incline to view the breathtaking colors from atop Mount Washington. In 2014, Friends of the Riverfront and volunteers removed more than 700 bags of trash from the river fronts and planted 460 trees along the water trails. Great Allegheny Passage: Up for a longer adventure? Check out the brightly colored trees lining the Great Allegheny Passage. The 150-mile trail begins at Pittsburgh’s Point State Park, connects with the C&O Canal Towpath in Maryland and then extends to the nation’s capital for a 335-mile trail adventure. You can make stops in Downtown Pittsburgh, the South Side, the Waterfront and McKeesport. Click here for more of our favorite places to check out the changing colors of the trees. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.