Pennsylvania is brimming with natural wonders – from those that are well-known and loved to the small surprises, like unnamed waterfalls, hidden in nature. Pine Creek Gorge arguably earns props as one of the state’s most breathtaking natural wonders. Known as the Grand Canyon of PA, it stretches 47 miles, measures one mile wide, and reaches 1,450 feet deep at its deepest point. These two trails lead to some of the best views of Pine Creek Gorge in Pennsylvania.
Have you followed either of these trails at Pine Creek Gorge in Pennsylvania? Would you say they are moderate or difficult? Share your experience in the comments! For another picturesque trail that leads to two waterfalls, follow the one-mile Fall Brook Trail at Salt Springs State Park.
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