Where to Eat
(412) 381-5600 36 S 6th St
Eagle Cab Co
(412) 765-1555 2040 Centre Ave
Peoples Cab Co
(412) 441-5334 1140 Washington Blvd
(412) 665-8100 5931 Ellsworth Ave
Come out to play in southwestern Pennsylvania, where there's a world of fun waiting outside your door. Enjoy the vibrant colors of fall foliage, take in a wine tasting or stop by a unique country festival. Turn off the cell phone, shut down the computer and walk, kayak, bike, hike through Pittsburgh and Its Countryside. Meet a friend or find yourself in the beautiful colors of fall. Now make like a tree and leave for Pittsburgh and Its Countryside!!
The vibrant ten-block district known as the Golden Triangle, at the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, stands at the confluence of the Monongahela, Allegheny and Ohio rivers. The French built Fort Duquesne on the site in 1754, only for it to be destroyed four years later by the British, who replaced it with Fort Pitt. Industry began with the development of iron foundries in the early 1800s, and by the time of the Civil War, Pittsburgh was producing half of the iron and one third of the glass in the US. Soon after, the city became the world's leading producer of steel, thanks to the vigorous expansion programs of Andrew Carnegie, who, by 1870, was the richest man in the world. Present-day Pittsburgh is dotted with his cultural bequests, along with those of other wealthy forefathers including the Mellon bankers, the Frick coal merchants and the Heinz food producers.
Wild Side Adventures International Pittsburgh, your source for extreme adventure, meeting new people and trying activities. We have skiing, adventure, ballooning, skydiving, sport fishing, scuba diving, cruises, kayaking, sailing, tours, paintball, helicopter, surfing, bungee, waterski, guest ranch, rafting, climbing, travel, tours, information, instruction, dining, hotels and fun at your fingertips. This site is for tourists and for our local visitors. Have a great time.