Yes, there is an urban horse farm and many other unusual things in this city that one would not expect to find in a city. About once a month or so, some of the folks from Ground Zero (http://www.gzpgh.org) plan a walking tour of a different city neighborhood. One does not need to leave the city limits to find some interesting things. They have covered some of the hidden neighborhoods in the city of Pittsburgh.
The hikes are free, just show up and you are guaranteed to meet a great group of people and learn alot about the neighborhood.
The hikes are organized by:
Kate Fink (you may recognize her from WDUQ radio)
We at Iheartpgh.com have met some of these hikers and can attest that they are great people, definitly PGH lovers. To learn more about the hikers visit http://www.urbanhike.org
Saturday October 1 – Urban Hike visits Carnegie.
Meet at Eccentricities, 222 Third Avenue, 10 am, October 1st.
There should be plenty of street parking – Gas is expensive. How about these buses instead? 100, 25D
The hike will take about three hours.
As always, comfortable shoes, sunscreen and water are excellent ideas.
For More Info – Urban Hike http://www.urbanhike.org