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3 Rivers Outdoor Co., the Pittsburgh Innovation District, and the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy have teamed up to bring biweekly trail runs to Schenley Park & Plaza for the 2023 season.
Lace up your trail runners and join us for our popular Trail Run in Oakland! We’ll meet in Schenley Plaza and hit the pavement, making our way through the trails of Schenley Park, just steps away. This drop in, single group trail run allows the group to set the pace in a noncompetitive environment, great for networking & sweating out the stress of the day. We meet every other Thursday at 5:30pm – beginning April 13th.
This program is best for adults only (ages 14+) and meets on the Schenley Plaza Lawn.
Length: Over 2 Miles
Surface Type: Natural Trail
We appreciate if you are able to register in advance.
Please note that a photographer may be on-site to capture photos and video from the program. The photos/video captured may be used to help the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy further promote its mission. Please advise the photographer on-site if you DO NOT want your photo/video taken.
COVID-19 Note: The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is currently following all CDC guidelines regarding the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. The Parks Conservancy asks program and special event attendees to follow all current safety measures outlined by the CDC and local health agencies. Please note that the Conservancy cannot be held liable for any exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Additionally, the Conservancy cannot guarantee that program and special event attendees will not become infected by the coronavirus/COVID-19.
Release and Indemnity Note: By attending this event, I agree to release the City of Pittsburgh, The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy and their employees (collectively the “CITY” or the “PPC”) and agree to indemnify and hold the CITY and PPC, harmless from all claims, damages, or actions of any kind which might result from participation in, or attendance at, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy Events resulting from any of the CITY’s or the PPC’s acts of omissions whether negligent or otherwise.