Learn more about the history of the Indian Creek Valley railroad and the trail here.
Enjoy The Trail
Come on up and enjoy the trail! The Indian Creek Bike and Hike Trail has plenty to offer. Click here for more information trail access and finished sections.
Develop the Trail
There are 8 miles of finished trail, 5 miles of unimproved trail and 9 miles of lots of work to do. We have broken the extension into 12 sections. Find out about each of them here!
Help the Trail
There are numerous ways for you to help be a part of the Indian Creek Valley Trail project. Find out how you can play a role here!
The Indian Creek Valley Bike and Hike Trail (ICV Trail) is a community trail located in Donegal, Saltlick and Springfield Townships in Fayette and Westmoreland Counties, Pennsylvania. Located in the heart of the Laurel Highlands region, the ICV Trail offers spectacular views of Indian Creek and the surrounding area. We invite you to come explore and enjoy our beautiful trail.
A portion of the ICV Trail is owned and maintained by the Mountain Watershed Association (MWA). The Mountain Watershed Association is concerned with the conservation, restoration and protection of the Indian Creek watershed in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania, and is also dedicated to improving quality of life throughout the watershed. In 2008, MWA completed a trail feasibility study examining the possibility of expanding the ICV Trail south to the Youghiogheny River (where it could serve as a spur of the popular Great Allegheny Passage) and northward toward Ligonier, PA.