Kooser State Park in western Somerset County, Pennsylvania, gets overlooked thanks to the many other impressive state parks nearby like Ohiopyle State Park and Laurel Hill State Park. However, for those looking for a beautiful and peaceful state park to visit, it’s a nice destination….
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There are hundreds of waterfalls hidden away in Pennsylvania’s woods visited only by locals or the few intrepid people willing to follow scant directions to find them. Yoder Falls near Johnstown is one of these waterfalls. Yoder Falls is located on land that belongs to…READ MORE
While Somerset County might not be home to the most covered bridges of any county in Pennsylvania, the 10 bridges in the county are some of the most beautiful you’ll find anywhere in the state. Of these 10 bridges, five are located north of the Pennsylvania…READ MORE
Note: As of late June 2017, I have received reports that there are now “No Trespassing” signs at this waterfall. However, I have not personally confirmed this. Please respect private property where posted. If you have any further information on this, please contact me. Most…READ MORE
Located a few miles south of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, is one of the oddest destinations in the state: the Abandoned Trolley Graveyard. Officially known as the Vintage Electric Streetcar Company, this site is home to approximately 40 vintage trolleys waiting patiently for restoration or to be…READ MORE
30 May The UncoveringPA Guide to Biking the Great Allegheny Passage: Confluence to Cumberland, MarylandAdventure, Laurel Highlands, Outdoors | Jim Cheney
This article is part two in a three-part guide to biking the Great Allegheny Passage. Read Part One: Pittsburgh to Connellsville and Part Two: Connellsville to Confluence. If you’re planning your trip on the trail, don’t miss my top tips for those biking the GAP. Whether you’re biking…READ MORE