The Underrated Natural Wonder Every Pittsburgher Should See At Least Once
Nature certainly knows how to surprise us, doesn’t it? And, we Pittsburghers are fortunate to have easy access to a variety of natural wonders – from the gushing waterfalls at Ohiopyle State Park to the dinosaur bones at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. But, that’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. For a glimpse millions of years into the past, for example, add this natural wonder near Pittsburgh to your to do list.
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Have you ever been to this natural wonder near Pittsburgh? Share your experience in the comments. And, if you enjoy exploring caves, you’ll definitely want to visit Laurel Caverns. Click here to read more.