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Visiting Mount Washington Pittsburgh

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Mount Washington is a popular mountain in Pittsburgh, on the southern banks of the Ohio River and Monongahela River. The mountain is globally acclaimed for its scenic, exotic landscape and breathtaking views of the surrounding attractions in Pittsburgh. Mount Washington is the most visited neighborhoods in Pittsburgh, thanks to its uplifting and awe-inspiring beauty that will soothe your senses and leave you spellbound. A dog-walker's paradise, Mount Washington offers splendid views, inspiring you to admire the nature while standing on one of several observation decks, and exploring the sweeping panorama of the glittering downtown skyline.

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Discover breathtaking scenic beauty at Mount Washington

Discover breathtaking scenic beauty at Mount Washington

Grandview Avenue

Grandview Avenue

Running gracefully along the length of Mount Washington, Grandview Avenue offers unique heritage points of Pittsburgh's breathtaking skyline. Restaurant Row features mesmerizing vistas together with a delectable fine dine experience. Walk away in the arms of nature on Shiloh Street to delight your taste buds with an ice cream, ice cold beer, bountiful breakfast, and yummy baked goods. Mt. Washington is a treat for the eyes...and for the tummy as well!

Duquesne Incline

Duquesne Incline

Enjoy a remarkable panorama of the Pittsburgh city and its three curvaceous rivers. Ride passionately to the incline's Observation Deck in the historic 140-year-old Incline car to discover what USA Today Weekend Magazine claims to be one of the '10 most beautiful views in America'. Several phenomenal historical exhibits in the incline's waiting hall entertain between the rides.

Monongahela Incline

Monongahela Incline

A popular globally-acclaimed tourist attraction that also helps thousands of commuters on a daily basis. The upper station serves Pittsburgh's Mount Washington neighborhood while the lower station serves the Station Square along with its numerous attractions.

Emerald View Park

Emerald View Park

Emerald View Park surrounds the neighborhood regions of Mount Washington, Allentown, and Duquesne Heights. The urban park, a combination of pre-existing park space and formerly mined and denuded hillsides, was established as part of a grassroots effort to safeguard the steep hillsides of Mount Washington and improve the overall quality of the local parkland.

Point of View Park

Point of View Park

Mount Washington prides on having a breathtaking Point of View Par in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The parklet sits gracefully on the edge of Mt. Washington on the westernmost end of the epic Grand View Scenic Byway Park, and the Grand View Scenic Byway, a distinguished and designated Pennsylvania scenic byway.

Mount Washington Pittsburgh Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

While Mount Washington is free and open to visit for everyone, there are numerous attractions, restaurants, parks, inclines, and recreational activities on and around the mount that need you to purchase a ticket or access pass. Duquesne Incline, Monongahela Incline, and Emerald View are some of the attractions that you'll need to pay for. Tickets to the inclines can be purchased on the spot. Children under 5 can join in for free with a paying adult.

How To Get Around?

Monongahela Incline is the easiest way to reach to Mount Washington to view the city. The fare is just $3.5 for a round trip, seniors and kids under 6 are free to commute. You can also take affordable bus service to reach Mount Washington from various nearby locations, including Starbucks, South Hills Village, and Allegheny Cemetery.

What Should I Wear?

You can wear whatever best suits your fancy and whatever you think comfortable for an all-day walk around the mount. You can choose to be sporty or classy with shorts, jeans, and loose casual shirts and T-shirts. Prefer not to wear high heels as it might strain your legs moving around the mount landscape. Sunscreen will help avoid sunburns during high summer times, an umbrella might come handy as well. Do not forget to carry a small backpack for small items, drinks, snacks, and all!

Mount Washington Pittsburgh Facts

Best Time to Visit

Safest months to visit Mount Washington are July and August when the chances of having ice and snow are less. The Mt. Washington Observatory observes their annual 'Seek the Peak' fundraising hike between July and September, just the ideal time to hike the mount. For normal sightseeing and to explore pleasant views of the city, you can visit the mount all year round, provided you are comfortable with the climate.


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Will I Need a Guide?

You do not need a guide to visit Mount Washington. Transportation is easy and all the essential information is available on this website.

How To Get There?

Pittsburg can be reached easily through flight, train, bus or taxi. Pittsburgh International Airport gets flights from numerous leading international airports across the United States. For visitors coming from other cities and states, comfortable accommodation is available around the airport. You can reach Mount Washington from Pittsburgh International Airport by shuttle, Uber, town car, or taxi.

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