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….
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When it comes to dam failures in Pennsylvania, the story of the Johnstown Flood is very well known. However, few know about Austin Dam. The ruins of Austin Dam sit in a very remote area of southwestern Potter County. Known today as Austin Dam Memorial…READ MORE
18 Jul A Family Road Trip Across Pennsylvania’s Route 6: Tunkhannock to Kane (Brought to You by the Route 6 Alliance)Adventure, Northeastern Pennsylvania, PA Wilds | Jim Cheney
This article is brought to you by the Route 6 Alliance and based on my travels of Route 6. Pennsylvania Route 6 is the longest highway segment in Pennsylvania, crossing 400 miles from the PA/New York border in the Poconos to the PA/Ohio border west…READ MORE
Pennsylvania literally translates to “Penn’s Woods,” a fact which is likely unsurprising to anyone that’s traveled through Pennsylvania’s northern tier. Looking out over the landscape, trees stretch as far as the eye can see in nearly every direction. However, in the early 20th century, the…READ MORE
Tucked away in the rolling hills of Potter County is one of the oddest natural wonders in Pennsylvania: The Coudersport Ice Mine. The ice mine was discovered by prospectors searching for silver in the mountains outside of Coudersport. After removing the moss along a promising hillside,…READ MORE
This is a guest post by Angela Anderson from AngelaTravels.com. Need to get away? Not a beach person? Consider heading to Potter County, Pennsylvania, also known as God’s Country, to escape from the hustle-bustle of your daily life. Potter County, PA is a true example…READ MORE