Fall foliage in Pittsburgh is some of the most beautiful you’ll find anywhere in the country and it’s only here for a short time! The peak time to see turning leaves is rapidly approaching, so if you’re looking to get some stunning fall pics of nature this year (or of you and your crew in the leaves!) get ready to check out our list of eight spots for optimal viewing.
Take in the sights of waterfalls and stunning fall foliage at Frank Lloyd Wright’s properties in the Laurel Highlands!
Looking for even more leaves? Our list doesn’t stop here! Here in the ‘Burgh, we’re so close to the Appalachian Trail with tons of amazing views and fall foliage opportunities. Check out even more trips you can take this fall!
Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway | Jim Thorpe
Colebrookdale Railroad | Boyertown
Rockhill Trolley Museum | Rockhill
Northern Central Railway | New Freedom
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