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Tourism on GAP Drives $121 Million in Annual Economic Impact, Estimates Fourth Economy
Tourism along the 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage drove over $121 million in economic impact in 2019, according to a year-long analysis by Pittsburgh-based consulting firm Fourth Economy released on November 30, 2021.
Profile: Denise Gehringer
“The Great Allegheny Passage is beautiful. You can walk it. You can ride it. You can hike it. You can ride 20 miles without seeing…
Profile: Frances Thompson
“My son was a godly kid and he’s in paradise. That’s my comfort. I don’t know what I would do without knowing that. He’s all…
Profile: Amos Ludwig
“Every engagement or encounter that we have with the public is an opportunity to connect them to this place. It’s in our mission statement to…
New Hydration Station Installed in Boston
Fill your water bottle at this brand-new hydration station installed on the Great Allegheny Passage in Boston! Big thanks to the team at Pennsylvania American Water for their generosity, and to the Mon/Yough Trail Council for their hard work deploying volunteers along this section of the GAP.