Some places are just too charming to put into words. For those towns that will just take the breath right out of your mouth… You have a camera. Here are some gorgeous photographs taken of the most scenic towns in Pennsylvania.
1. Jim Thorpe
Jim Thorpe is nicknamed the "Switzerland of America" for a reason.
Hinsdale may not be very well known, but its beauty has attracted filmmakers on multiple occasions. It was the set for the movie "Blue Valentine" in 2009. "Wet Hot American Summer" and it's also where the set of Schrute Farms is located, the fictional family homestead of Dwight Schrute in NBC's "The Office."
Pittsburgh has a million amazing views, but undeniably the most classic is that from the Duquesne incline in Mount Washington.
The old Bethlehem Steel Factory is a magnificent landmark in the Lehigh Valley, but Bethlehem itself is a charming sight as well.
Hidden in the valley... Surrounded by the morning fog... Williamstown sees trees in all directions.
Gettysburg is known as the site of the most infamous battle to ever occur in Pennsylvania... But, the town itself is gorgeous outside of the battlefield.
The Market Street Bridge in Wilkes-Barre is not only a historic landmark, but also makes for a striking landscape.
Blain is a tiny town with less than 300 residents... 300 residents who enjoy breathtaking views of the classic Pennsylvanian countryside daily.
Centralia has more austere scenery than the other entries on this list; perhaps because the town has been almost entirely abandoned since the mid-1990s. A raging underground coal fire has left the landscape strikingly barren and empty.
Intercourse not only has a head-turning name, but also jaw-dropping scenery.