Thanks to Monroeville’s close proximity to the Laurel Highlands, the great wide open is just outside your door. Take the short drive down the turnpike and you’ll discover a place of wonder. The Laurel Highlands features whitewater rafting, skiing, hiking, biking along the Great Allegheny Passage, the world-famous Fallingwater, wineries, covered bridges and more.
With the Laurel Highlands just a short drive east on the PA Turnpike, the rich and varied rural outdoor experience awaits. Take a leisurely walk along the many trails or enjoy a high intensity whitewater rafting experience. The area boasts beautiful scenery along with opportunities for outdoor fun every season of the year from golf to skiing and snowboarding to biking and hiking. The Laurel Highlands is also home to the Great Allegheny Passage, the longest multi-purpose rail-trail in the eastern U.S. with 132 continuous, nearly level, miles from near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Cumberland, Maryland.