Follow the highlighted trail through the scenic mountains and valleys and take in the breathtaking views and the colorful fall foliage. Make time to stop and enjoy some other local favorites along the way.
Traveling along 309:Experience old school style dining at the Ranch Wagon where the delicious food is brought out to your car. Leave room for amazing homemade ice cream and shopping at the mercantile store at The Lands at Hillside Farms, a working historic dairy farm. Take a walk by the lake at Frances Slocum Sate Park where the dazzling fall colors reflect off the pristine water, then relax with an exceptional dinner and handcrafted seasonal drinks on the patio at Fire and Ice on Toby Creek.
Traveling along Route 415: Enjoy a scenic trip around Harveys Lake as you snack on famous potato pancakes and pierogis from Jones’ Potato Pancakesor grab pizza at the legendary Grotto Pizza.
Traveling Routes 29 & 118: As you travel along the colorful tree-lined landscape, swing by Red's Subs or Red Rooster restaurant and enjoy some delicious home cooking. Make a stop at Pisano Family Wines to sip wine in the woods and catch live music on the weekends.
Traveling Routes 11 & 93: Schedule a family kayak trip with Five Mountain Outfitters to take in all the colorful views from the Susquehanna River or be wowed by the reds, yellows, and oranges of the mountains surrounding the Susquehanna Warrior Trail that runs from Berwick, through Shickshinny, and to West Nanticoke. Route 93 will bring you through the mountains with views of the Conyngham Valley. Stop in Downtown Hazleton and visit Carmen’s Bakeryfor a sweet dessert.
Traveling Route 940: Step back in time with a walk through Eckley Miners’ Village, which looks much like it did at the turn of the 20th Century when coal miners and their families made it their home. White Haven is the stopping point for hiking and biking on the D&L Trail. The best view of the fall colors are on the river as you raft the rapids with Pocono Whitewater and Whitewater Challengers.