Pennsylvania features many amazing sites, but few are as geologically significant as the Triple Continental Divide in Potter County. Located near Gold, PA, north of Route 6, this area is the start of three major waterways: the Allegheny River, the Genesee River, and Pine Creek….
Despite its mountainous terrain there are very few Allegheny National Forest waterfalls. In fact, I only know of four waterfalls of any size in this 500,000 acre expanse of land. I’ve previously written about Hector Falls and Bent Run Falls, and today, we’ll talk about…READ MORE
Those looking for the best view of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon in Tioga County typically head to the overlooks in Leonard Harrison State Park and Colton Point State Park. And, without a doubt, both of these parks offer phenomenal vistas. However, in my opinion, the…READ MORE
Pennsylvania is filled with many hidden and little-known waterfalls, but few of these are located directly along trails. However, anyone that has taken a bike trip on the Pine Creek Rail Trail in Tioga County, has probably come across a few of these. While waterfalls…READ MORE
The Quehanna Wild Area, which covers portions of Elk, Clearfield, and Cameron Counties in the Pennsylvania Wilds is one of the least-explored regions of Pennsylvania. I’d previously visited this area and uncovered the small, but fantastic Table Falls. However, there was another area that had…READ MORE
Located in the southwestern corner of the Pennsylvania Wilds, Clarion is an incredibly picturesque small town. Located on a bluff above the Clarion River, the community serves as both the county seat of Clarion County and the home of Clarion University. However, in my opinion,…READ MORE