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This Month in the Endless Mountains

Last updated: May 31, 2024 June Events in the Endless Mountains By Memorial Day, we’re in a summer state of mind in the Endless Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The long, sunny days were practically made for relaxing by the lake,...

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Susquehanna Kayak & Canoe Rentals to Open Third Location

Susquehanna Kayak & Canoe Rentals is expanding to Lackawanna State Park in North Abington Township. They will rent out paddleboards, single and tandem kayaks, pedal boats, canoes, and rowboats (with and without electric motors) for visitors to explore Lake Lackawanna....

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Local Couple Purchases Historic Metcalf Mansion

Wyoming County residents Jon and Denise Ebersole purchased the Metcalf Mansion on 50 West Harrison Street in Tunkhannock at the end of April. The Ebersoles plan to restore and preserve the home and grounds in an effort to save its...

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Wyoming County Arts & Artists Tour Returns May 3-5

The North Branch Art Trail presents the second annual Wyoming County Arts & Artists Tour. The event begins on Friday, May 3 and continues through Sunday, May 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. During the self-guided tour, 55...

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Viewing the Eclipse in the Endless Mountains

Events for the 2024 Solar Eclipse On Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will cross over the United States. The moon will pass between Earth and the sun, causing the afternoon to look more like dusk. It’s a natural...

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Small Towns, Big Art: Murals of the Endless Mountains

With our breathtaking scenery and rich heritage, it’s no wonder the Endless Mountains have inspired larger-than-life artwork. Murals add a pop of color to our historic towns, capture our area’s stories, and reflect our dreams for the future. Check out...

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New Endless Mountains Visitors Guide Available

The Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau (EMVB) has released their annual visitors guide for Sullivan and Wyoming counties. The guide showcases nearly 300 local businesses and organizations.   [caption id="attachment_21966" align="aligncenter" width="231"] Cover photo by Josh Stull.[/caption]   Inside, readers will...

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Introducing Miller Mountain, Wyoming County’s First State Forestland

Just south of Tunkhannock lies Miller Mountain, a sprawling standalone peak that rises more than 2,000 feet above town. The mountain’s history is almost as impressive as its sheer size. It has been farmed, logged, and even considered for a...

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