The Airport Connector is a spur off the 48-mile Montour Trail
that circles the western outskirts of Pittsburgh. The 6-mile paved pathway begins just off the extended-term parking lot on the western end of the Pittsburgh International Airport. Follow the signs and pavement markings through the lot to reach the trail.
Note that at the Highway 376 (Airport Expressway) crossing, you'll be on Clinton Road sharing the roadway with traffic for about a mile. The route becomes designated trail again once you head southeast on McCaslin Road. You'll travel through mostly residential neighborhoods with a mixture of shaded areas and open vistas.
Another on-road section will come at the south end of the trail on Enrow Road, but it's a quiet street with little traffic. The trail ends at the Five Points intersection of Imperial-Enlow, where you can continue your journey on the Montour Trail on the south side of Main Street.
Paid parking is available at the Pittsburgh International Airport.