Pennsylvania's Scenic Byways

Experience beauty and local charm on the way to your next destination by taking a detour along one of Pennsylvania's scenic byways. No matter where you're headed there is one close by that offers a welcome distraction from the interstate and the opportunity to discover the path less traveled in Pennsylvania.

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  • Route: 23, Lancaster County Entering upon the east end of the Conestoga Valley with its picturesque hills and little vales on each side of the state highway, Route 23, we find it dotted with cozy...
  • Routes: 6, 18, 618 and 285, Crawford County At the western gateway to Route 6, just outside of Linesville, there's an area almost entirely untouched by man, allowing the beauty of nature to stand...
  • Route: 120, Clinton and Elk Counties Travel through unspoiled forests and rugged vistas through the heart of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Your voyage will take you from Lock Haven to historic Ridgway...
  • Route: 92, Susquehanna County, East of I-81 Just outside the Endless Mountains, take this nice, relaxing drive through the wooded vistas of Susquehanna County. Stop and admire the Starrucca Viaduct...
  • Routes: 100, 52 and 162, Chester and Delaware Counties Wind your way along the banks of the Brandywine River through horse country and rich farmland. The rolling hills and verdant pastures along the...
  • Route: 5 and Alternate Route 5, the Bayfront Parkway and Peninsula Drive, Erie County Escape to Pennsylvania's very own seashore. The Seaway Trail offers excellent views of Lake Erie and Presque...
  • Route: Interstate 476, links the PA turnpike and I-95 in Delaware County The beautiful winding Blue Route is a delightful entrance into Delaware County's Brandywine Country. Along this short, scenic...
  • Route: 40, Washington, Fayette and Somerset Counties Crossing 90 miles of southwestern Pennsylvania, America’s first federally-funded highway is mile after gorgeous mile of history, wildlife, and...
  • Routes: 321, 59 and Forest Road 262, Warren and McKean County Experience the most awe-inspiring views in the Allegheny National Forest. This 29-mile loop circles the Kinzua Creek Arm of the...
  • Route: 419, Lebanon County Sprinkled along this byway are quaint little towns that take you back to the early 1800s and its German settlers, with vintage buildings, tree-lined streets and down-home...

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