The Pennsylvania Wilds, situated in northcentral PA, is an outdoor lover’s paradise. This road trip will take adventurers on a scenic pathway through state parks, wildlife viewing areas, and miles and miles of hiking trails. For the water lovers, there are plenty of opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Pack up the car for a wild ride.
There’s more to discover in Pennsylvania Wilds
Trail hopping in the Alleghenies, southcentral PA, is equal parts water, forest, and a bit of railroad lore. It's a hiker and biker wonderland, with endless trail combinations to explore, and a place for solitude and a bit of sightseeing on the side. Over the river and through the woods and around the Horseshoe Curve — these trails really mix it up.
There’s more to discover in The Alleghenies
Western Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands region has more than its share of steep hills and thrills. It also has country markets, inns, and dining places, as well as one of the world’s most famous houses, and not just because it has a natural waterfall in the living room. Whether you’re a hill hiker or a mountain biker, you’re in for some serious trails. Not just any trails – the kind that are steeped in history, lush scenery, interesting side-routes, and plenty of other excuses to take it all in and fall behind in your itinerary (it’s worth it).
There’s more to discover in Laurel Highlands
Becoming one with nature and getting your cardio workout — it’s all just that much more pleasant in Upstate PA and the Pocono Mountains, where the outdoors is your instant friend. Whatever your mode of climb, be it boot or bike, many of the trails are near the water, with tons of between-trail activities like swimming and fishing. You’ll also discover plenty of peaceful country inns and resorts, scenic byways, pristine rivers and creeks, historical sites, and a rich diversity of restaurants that make this an ideal place for a memorable vacation. It’s easy to extend this two-day road trip into something longer.