About Scenic Route 6
Like I-80 is to the southern corridor, Scenic Route 6 is your northern connector to many of Pennsylvania Wilds Landscapes, with easy detours to some of the most unforgettable cultural and natural experiences, from charming Wellsboro to Warren and from the breathtaking heights of the PA Grand Canyon to the similarly spectacular Kinzua Skywalk. Stop off in Galeton and explore Pennsylvania’s rich logging heritage at the Lumber Museum. Don’t miss the famous Bark Peelers’ Festival each July, a historical celebration of the wood hick and the traditional logging activities of Pennsylvania. Enjoy contests, festivities, vendors and more.
Moving east-to-west or west-to-east, conquer a multi-day and exhilarating road trip that explores the Allegheny National Forest & Surrounds, Dark Skies, and the Pine Creek Valley & PA Grand Canyon. Had enough of the car? Pull the bikes off the rack and the hiking boots out of the trunk and hook up with Pine Creek Rail Trail in the east and the North Country National Scenic Trail in the west. Along the way, discover eight state parks just a short drive off the Route.
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PA Route 6 Alliance
The PA Route 6 Alliance provides in depth traveler information for US Route 6 in Pennsylvania, a State Heritage Corridor. Approximately 3.5 million people travel historic US Route 6 through Pennsylvania each year; the PA Route 6 Alliance provides information and itineraries for visits to historic sites, national and state parks, artist studios, and quaint rural towns that remind us of the true America.
PA Route 6 Alliance Public Art & Mural Trail
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