PA Natural Attractions

Exploring Tytoona Cave in Blair County Pennsylvania.

Exploring Tytoona Cave in Blair County

Tytoona Cave is located in Sinking Valley, Blair County, between the cities of Tyrone and Altoona (thus the cave's name). Tytoona Cave is owned by the National Speleological Society (NSS), based in Huntsville, Alabama. The cave...
The author in one of the canyons formed by massive rock formations along the Fred Woods Trail.

16 Must-See Pennsylvania Rock Formations

There's a reason hikers jokingly refer to Pennsylvania as Rocksylvania - PA is home to some fantastic rock formations! Some are incredibly tall. Other are amazingly wide. But ALL make for memorable day trips! So enjoy this list...
Exploring Laurel Caverns in Fayette County, PA

Exploring Laurel Caverns | PA’s Largest Cave

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Laurel Caverns is billed as "Pennsylvania's Largest Cave", and is a great way to spend an hour or two BENEATH the Laurel Highlands! First discovered by Native Americans thousands of years ago, Laurel Caverns has...
Beartown Rocks Overlook in the Clear Creek State Forest.

Exploring Beartown Rocks in Jefferson County

Beartown Rocks in the Clear Creek State Forest features an exceptional scenic overlook perched high atop a "rock city" dating back to the last Ice Age! And just like Bilger's Rocks in Clearfield County, oftentimes...
Bilger's Rocks is a 300 million year old rock outcropping in Clearfield County Pennsylvania.

Exploring Bilger’s Rocks in Clearfield County

Bilger's Rocks is part of a 170-acre community park, open to the public and located just minutes from Curwensville in central Clearfield County. Billed by the Bilger's Rocks Association (the group that owns and maintains...

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