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...
  • Route: Grandview Avenue, McArdle Roadway and Sycamore Streets, Pittsburgh The lofty perch from atop Mt. Washington provides you with a breathtaking panoramic view of downtown Pittsburgh's Golden...
  • Route: 6, Lackawanna County near Scranton Soak in bird's eye views of the amazing mountaintops of the historic Lackawanna River Valley. On your way into Scranton, stop and stretch your legs out at...
  • Route: 6 (portions) Wyoming County, near Tunkhannock A few seconds into your drive, you'll see why National Geographic called it "one of America's most scenic drives." The picturesque view of the...
  • Route: 202, between Montgomery and Bucks counties The U.S. Route 202 Parkway provides a direct reoute for travel between Welsh Road (Route 63) and Route 611 in Montgomery and Doylestown...
  • Route: 30, Chester County The rolling hills and open vistas of Chester County are the lovely backdrop to this bypass, just four miles north of West Chester. Enjoy the scenic grandeur of the...
  • The 72-mile West Branch Susquehanna Byway brings the best of all Pennsylvania's byways together to create one extraordinary circuit that combines natural attractions with historic sites. ...
  • Route: 611, Little Creek Road and Belvidere Highway, Northampton County Winding through 17 miles of beautiful Northampton County, you'll pass by preserved farmland, historic landmarks, magnificent...
  • 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...

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