About Trail Pittsburgh

Trail Pittsburgh is a non-profit organization dedicated to multi-use trails for trail runners, hikers, dog walkers, and mountain bikers.


In the spring of 2015, Pittsburgh Trails Advocacy Group (PTAG) rebranded as Trail Pittsburgh to become a chapter member of the International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA). This partnership allows us to expand our reach and take advantage of IMBA’s extensive support and expertise.

Trail Pittsburgh will continue to focus on multi-use trails for today, tomorrow, and well into the future. If you’ve explored our region’s incredible trails, you’ve experienced and enjoyed our work.


Trail Pittsburgh is here to help you connect with our region’s trail assets and the wonderful community of people who enjoy and support our trails.

Explore our region’s trails through MTB Project, the nation’s foremost singletrack trail database, and follow us on social media to stay abreast of the latest on- and off-trail happenings.


Amazing trail networks don’t happen without your support. Become a member of Trail Pittsburgh to help us create, enhance, and preserve great trail experiences in Southwestern Pennsylvania. As a charitable 501(c)(3) your contribution is tax deductible and goes directly to support our mission.


Volunteer support is essential to the fulfillment of Trail Pittsburgh’s mission. Park Stewards volunteer their time to organize workdays and rely on additional volunteer support to build, maintain, and improve the trails.

Volunteering with Trail Pittsburgh doesn’t have to be a big commitment. A couple hours here and there goes a long way. View upcoming events and follow us on social media to find a work day in your favorite park.


Our Board of Directors come from a variety of professional backgrounds from across Greater Pittsburgh.

We establish strategic partnerships with the areas most experienced and committed advocates.

Mary Lynn Marisco


Dr. Jamie Pfaeffle


Michael Carroll


Rob Carroll

Trail Building & Maintenance

Adam Locke


Harry Geyer


David Biber

Trail Maintenance


  • Over 220 miles of built and maintained trails
  • 33,000+ Volunteer Hours since 2001
  • North Park’s Dr. J Freeride Trail and Skills Area
  • Alameda Park & Trail System