A trip along the 68-mile Laurel Highlands Scenic Byway in southwestern Pennsylvania is a journey that will excite the senses and pique the interests of every traveler. From rolling hillsides to rushing waterfalls, picturesque farmlands to architectural wonders, the Laurel Highlands Scenic Byway has it all.
With some of the best pedestrian and bicycle trails in the nation, the byway traveler should plan some time to leave their automobile so they can get a closer look at the natural beauty of the land. Travelers have plenty of opportunities to journey by foot, bicycle, raft, or railroad.
There is so much to see along the byway, that the traveler may want to plan on an extended stay, and book a room at a quaint bed and breakfast or one of the region's famous resorts. Two of the more famous sights along the byway include the Frank Lloyd Wright designed house, Fallingwater, and the Ohiopyle Falls in Ohiopyle State Park.