We'll set off from Regent Square and hike up the back trails with your new best friend: a jovial hairless dog named Lola! Along with exercising and socializing, we'll take some photos to publish on Lola's world famous Instagram profile. As we hike, feel free to take time to photograph the Pittsburgh backcountry. Along the way we will have great views of nature and Western Pennsylvania!
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LOLA -- The Amazing Hairless Dog! Over 16,000 followers on Instagram! @mslolaxolo
I’m Founder of a lifesaving Medical Software company and have been hiking the back trails at Frick Park for over 10 years. I’ve hiked in Asia, Europe, and the US and travel the world exploring sustainable living, a plant-based diet, and nature-oriented travel. Lola, our hairless dog has been hiking these trails with us and has gathered over 16,000 followers on Instagram. She loves guiding the way and sharing the adventure!
Frick Park is the largest municipal park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, covering 644 acres. It is one of Pittsburgh's four historic large parks. The park began when Henry Clay Frick, upon his death in 1919, bequeathed 151 acres (0.61 km2) south of Clayton, his Point Breeze mansion (which is now part of the Frick Art & Historical Center). He also arranged for a $2 million trust fund ($28.9 million today) for long-term maintenance for the park.
Hike Frick Park with a Hairless Dog