Visit The Grand Canyon Of PA, Pine Creek Gorge, For The Most Beautiful Leaf Peeping
Autumn might just hold the title of the most beautiful season of the year, especially in Pennsylvania. We have so many places to view the fall foliage that no matter where in the state we live, we can admire the colorful palette of the season. Some spots, however, promise leaf peeping in Pennsylvania that just surpasses all expectations. Here’s just one of those places.
Where’s your favorite spot to go leaf peeping in Pennsylvania? Let us know in the comments! For more gorgeous views of the fall colors, stroll along Kinzua Bridge Skywalk. Click here to read more.
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Address: Pine Creek Gorge, Watson Township, PA 17740, USA
Address: Leonard Harrison State Park Visitor Center or Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania, 4797 PA-660, Wellsboro, PA 16901, USA
Address: Colton Point State Park, 927 Colton Rd, Wellsboro, PA 16901, USA
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