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Went late on a Saturday morning, firstly, you don’t need cash; most major credit cards allow you to purchase as many one way or 2 way tickets you need. Short wait, nice 7-9 min ride up and down, warm but not too hot unventilated cars....More
Buying tickets was confusing because it was from a machine and not a person. A lot of people in a small building made it a very hot wait. The ride it self was fun and we sat with a local family and chatted. The view...More
We took the yellow cabine up and walked to the yellow cabines down. We walked on the upper level for about 0,9 miles to come to the yellow cabines. This was a very nice walk with a Beautiful view. A pitty it was cloudy that...More
Taking the inclines while in Pittsburgh is a definite must. This incline is very nice. The cars are clean. If you can, get into the front of the car, since it has a better view. The back part is blocked a little, by the roof.
A good stopping off site between Indians or Ohio and New York. Taking the Monogehela Incline from downtown Pittsburg to the upper cliffs was thrilling and the view of Heinz Stadium and the University was amazing! Then we walked further up the mountain to lunch...More
We took the trip at sunset this time. Always a beautiful view of the city. We parked in the station square garage and walked over. Quick trip up sit in the front car if you can to get the best view. Nice walk down the...More
We enjoyed our ride on the Monongahela Incline and would recommend the quick experience should you find yourself in Pittsburgh. We would suggest driving to the top of the incline, parking, and riding it down and then back up.