Hiking is just about the perfect outdoor activity all year round. Fall Run Trail in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania is one of those hikes that you can take any time of the year, and it’s picture-perfect. In fact, with all of its natural beauty, the pretty trail definitely deserves a visit at least once each season. It also features a magical surprise.

Have you hiked Fall Run Trail in Pennsylvania? What did you think? Let us know in the comments! For the ultimate waterfall hike in Pennsylvania, make your way to Ricketts Glen State Park, home of 21 waterfalls.

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Waterfalls In Pennsylvania

Where can I find waterfalls in Pennsylvania?

Fall Run Falls in Glenshaw, Pennsylvania is just one of hundreds of waterfalls in Pennsylvania. Check out these easy-access waterfalls in Pennsylvania, too.

  • Cucumber Falls in Ohiopyle sits at the bottom of a staircase, making it an easy trek (as long as you’re up for the walk back up the stairs). Or, you can view it from the parking lot, which offers stunning overhead views.
  • Bushkill Falls in Bushkill boasts eight waterfalls, all along a single trail. The private waterfall park in Pennsylvania is open seasonally.
  • Fallingwater in Mill Run sits atop the famous home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Tour the home, which promises stunning views of the cascade, for a unique experience. (Reservations are required.)
  • Dingman Falls in Dingmans Ferry boasts a wheelchair-accessible trail that leads to the stunning waterfall. The trail also features handrails and benches.

If you really love waterfalls, gas up the car, and hit the highway on this ultimate waterfall road trip in Pennsylvania.

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