Walk Across Kinzua Bridge Skywalk For A Gorgeous View Of Pennsylvania’s Fall Colors

Every season in Pennsylvania promises its own unique beauty. Autumn, however, might be the most striking time of the year as the burst of fall colors transforms the landscape into an artist’s palette. We have so many places to admire the fall foliage – from our own neighborhood to state parks – but one just might stand out from the rest. Stroll across Kinzua Bridge Skywalk in the fall for spellbinding views of the colorful landscape.

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Have you ever walked across Kinzua Bridge Skywalk in the fall? What was it like? Join the conversation in the comments! For more spellbinding fall views, set off on a fall canopy zipline tour at Pocono Tree Ventures.

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Kinzua Bridge Skywalk in the fall

August 27, 2020

Where are the best places to see fall foliage in Pennsylvania?

No matter where you live, fall in Pennsylvania is simply gorgeous. However, if you want to see some of the most striking fall foliage in Pennsylvania, consider embarking on an autumn road trip. The road trip begins at Presque Isle State Park, a summer destination that transforms into an autumn masterpiece. The Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania (officially known as Pine Creek Gorge), the Pocono Mountains, and Ohiopyle State Park are just a few stops on the epic road trip that will take you across the state. Don’t forget to bring your camera to document your adventure.

Which hiking trails in Pennsylvania are best in the fall?

Fall is the perfect time for hiking. The air is cooler; the leaves are changing, and the views are generally spectacular. To see some of the most beautiful fall foliage in Pennsylvania, set off on the nearly four-mile Pulpit Rock Loop Trail. The trail, which begins in Hamburg, is just a small part of the larger, multi-state Appalachian Trail. Double Run Nature Trail, which winds through Worlds End State Park, also boasts breathtaking views of the fall foliage. At just over a mile, the winding trail features footbridges, waterfalls, and streams.

What are the best fall day trips in Pennsylvania?

Autumn provides the perfect backdrop for a day trip, and there are plenty of beautiful places to visit in the fall. Port Farms, for example, hosts a Fall Harvest Festival that features a full menu of fun and family-friendly fall activities, including an eight-acre corn maze, hayrides, and a play area just for the little ones. You can also meet the resident farm animals. If it’s farm fun you like, you’ll also want to plan a visit to Roba Family Farms. There, you can pick pumpkins, eat fall goodies, and escape the 4.5-mile corn maze.

Address: 296 Viaduct Rd, Mt Jewett, PA 16740, USA