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The Ultimate Pennsylvania Waterfalls Road Trip Is Here – And You’ll Want To Do It

Groundhog Day has come and passed, and though the snow blankets the ground now, soon enough spring will be here. In a few weeks, as we all come blinking and stretching from our winter hibernation, the great outdoors will beckon. Spring is the best time to view waterfalls, because melting ice and snow causes their beauty to reach peak impressiveness.

Here’s a great road trip to take in Eastern Pennsylvania that will showcase some of the most beautiful waterfalls our state has to offer. The loop will take about 6 hours to drive, though if you have less time to spare, you can always cut a few points out of the route. Our itinerary begins at Glen Onoko Falls and travels in a loop northwest to Ricketts Glen. Here is the Google Maps link for you to follow, or adjust at your leisure. Read on to find out more about each location.

Tag someone below who you’d like to go on this trip with– and of course, this barely scratches the surface of the waterfalls that Pennsylvania has to offer. Any others that you would suggest?

Christi
Christi is from Allentown and currently lives and goes to school in Pittsburgh.