Duration: Four days and three nights
Named “one of America’s most scenic drives” by National Geographic, this tranquil highway along Pennsylvania’s northern tier is 400 plus miles of history and heritage that stretch across the state. While traveling on Route 6, you’ll come across breathtaking views of unspoiled forests and mountains in the Pennsylvania Wilds, perfect for a fall road trip.
The lodge is located on Route 6, close to Wellsboro and the Rails-to-Trails entrance to Pine Creek Gorge (PA Grand Canyon). Location, privacy, and indulgences: this Northwoods-style, smoke-free, lodge combines adventure with convenience, luxury and romance. Comfortable, hand-crafted, queen beds with comforters and quilts, private baths, fireplaces, whirlpools, deck, trail pack breakfast.Read More >
The Hotel, built in 1869, is one of Wellsboro’s most historic landmarks. The current building, which was restored in the 1920s, has 73 character-filled guest rooms of varying sizes and types. The newly renovated 89-room Penn Wells Lodge sits just two blocks down Main Street and offers contemporary accommodations, including new suites and complimentary breakfast for guests.Read More >
Awaiting you in Smethport is a good night's sleep and the small town charm of the Mansion District Inn. You'll be hard pressed to find a better view of the surrounding hillsides vibrant with color than from the comfort of your room. Then, in the morning you'll wake up to gourmet coffee and fresh-baked biscotti.Read More >
Awaiting you in Smethport is a good night's sleep and the small town charm of the Mansion District Inn. You'll be hard pressed to find a better view of the surrounding hillsides vibrant with color than from the comfort of your room. In the morning, you’ll wake up to gourmet coffee and fresh-baked biscotti.Read More >
While in Warren, stay at the Horton House Bed & Breakfast.This bed and breakfast is in one of the historical Victorian homes that was built in 1895. This 22-room Victorian mansion offers wood-burning fireplaces in the rooms, a music room, a ballroom and a sun deck for you to relax and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage.Read More >
Once you're down from the trees, there's a whole lot to learn about Lackawanna's mining history right here in Scranton. Fortunately, the Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour is here to teach you all about it. Journey 300 feet beneath the surface with your tour guide as they take on a trip into the tunnels and shafts of this 150 year old coal mine. You'll see just how dangerous this old profession really was and how brave those miners had to be.
Straub Brewery is a friendly place. So friendly in fact, that they're inviting you in for a free tour. They've been serving beer for decades and are experts when it comes to making, discussing, and drinking the stuff. So stop in and pick up a free pint of your favorite brew from their Eternal Tap.
Nestled along the edge of the Allegheny National Forest, this small town comes with one impressive past. Here you can enjoy the crisp autumn air as you stroll along the beautiful downtown streets and stop in the local shops and take in the mansions built from the lumber trade.
This newly opened winery sits atop the Red Hill Summit at the gateway to the largest elk herd east of the Mississippi. These folks pride themselves on their wide selection of reds, whites and fruit wines. A stop at the tasting room and gift shop isn't just recommended. It's an absolute must. Once you pick up your delicious wine, have a seat at the lounge or rear deck for fantastic views of the valley below.