An Urban Hiking Adventure

Presenting Sponsor
UPMC Mercy logo

When is it?
Sunday, September 16, 2018 | 8AM – Noon

Emerald View Park, Mount Washington, Pittsburgh, PA

Proceeds benefit
The Thomas Brown Alton Foundation  (A Birmingham Foundation Fund)
Dedicated to suicide prevention by helping those in need
toward improved mental health.

Advance tickets available online through showclix.com.
Early-bird (ends 8/30): $15
Advance (8/31 through 9/15): $20
Day-of (at check-in): $25

Registration / Check-In
Check-in site in parking lot on Grandview Avenue opposite the Duquesne Incline and The Grandview Saloon. Click here for map.


Free parking will be available in the lot at the check-in site. Some limited street parking will be available. Volunteers at the check-in site can offer suggestions on where to look.

The hike takes place at the scenic Emerald View Park, Pittsburgh’s newest regional park, on trails featuring beautiful views of the city. We guarantee to provide some of the most stunning urban views in America.

Choose from six different routes to suit your own level of fitness. From a one-mile hike to a 14-mile challenge, select just one or mix and match to maximize enjoyment and exertion.  There will be two guided hikes available for anyone who is interested.  The hikes will be led by experienced trail hikers.  One is a nine mile hike and will begin at 8:30 a.m.  The other guided hike is a five mile hike and will begin at 9:00 a.m.  The guided tour participants will meet at the registration/check-in area.

Questions about WALKATOP? thomasaltonfoundation@gmail.com