Route 92 is a sweeping 22 mile road along a beautiful stream bed.
Otherwise known as the Grand Army of the Republic Highway; Route 6 is a 240 mile scenic road through north Pennsylvania country. The road goes through mountains, farms and Pine Creek. The PA Grand Canyon is located right off the road along with great 1930’s restaurants and stores. You can also pass by the famous Kinzua Trestle Bridge which was the world’s tallest railroad bridge.
Route 30 is an 82 mile scenic four lane road through winding country and farmland. A great stop on the way is the historic Gettysburg Battle Field of the Civil War.
US 15 is an 82 mile ride along the Susquehanna River. There is even a ferry along the way that will take you to Millersburg where great restaurants can be found.
Route 381 is a 55 mile twisty road through south west Pennsylvania. The northern half is full of horse farms; as you go south you will pass through Ohio Pyle State Park. One of the great stops along this route is Falling Waters. Famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed a house over the edge of a waterfall in the 1930’s and the house is still one of the greatest marvels in American architecture.