Pennsylvania’s Niagara Falls Is Too Beautiful For Words
A picture is worth a thousand words. Sure, our former English teachers would admonish us for using a tired, old cliché, but sometimes that cliché just works. Take Bushkill Falls in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania’s Niagara Falls is too beautiful for words, so enjoy the beautiful photos, which just might convince you that this amazing park belongs on your bucket list.
Have you been to Bushkill Falls in Pennsylvania? What did you think? Share your experience in the comments! The eight waterfalls that dot Bushkill Falls are only several of many in Pennsylvania. Have you also heard of these eight easy access waterfalls in Pennsylvania?
Bushkill Falls in Pennsylvania
What are the best waterfall hikes in Pennsylvania?
Lace up your hiking boots if you want to see some of the best waterfalls in Pennsylvania – all in one hike. Falls Trail in Ricketts Glen State Park will take you to 21 breathtakingly beautiful waterfalls. Clocking in at just over seven miles, Falls Trail is challenging, but if you’re up for the challenge you are in for an amazing experience. If you’re not up for the challenge, on the other hand, follow the shorter and easier 3.2 mile Highland Loop Trail. It, too, will give you a glimpse of all 21 waterfalls including the tallest. Ganoga Falls cascades down 94 feet.
What are the best outdoor adventures in Pennsylvania?
On the hunt for fun and memorable outdoor adventures in Pennsylvania? How about hitting the highway on a road trip that will take you to seven spectacular waterfalls across Pennsylvania? The road trip includes a stop at Ricketts Glen State Park, Nay Aug Falls, and Slatefort Creek Falls. For an easy adventure that will lead you to the tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania, follow the Raymondskill Creek Trail. The trail clocks in at under a half of a mile and is considered somewhere between easy and moderate. The three-tier waterfall, also the tallest waterfall in the state, cascades down 150 feet.
Does Pennsylvania have any natural wonders?
Some of the most scenic spots in Pennsylvania are its natural wonders. Did you know that Pennsylvania has, for example, it’s very own Grand Canyon? Pine Creek Gorge is a stunning natural wonder, and you can view it from Colton Point State Park or Leonard Harrison State Park. It’s simply beautiful no matter when you visit. However, when it’s painted in fall’s colors, it is particularly breathtaking. Other natural wonders in Pennsylvania that are worth a visit include Coudersport Ice Mine, Meadow Run Natural Waterslide, Erie Bluffs State Park, and Ringing Rocks Park.