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Halloween Happenings in the Endless Mountains

It’s officially spooky season in the Endless Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. As the nights grow longer and the forests go dark, our historic small towns are planning for Halloween fun. Get your fill of tricks and treats with these upcoming...

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Take a Fall Foliage Road Trip in the PA Endless Mountains

This Scenic Drive Offers Some of Northeast PA’s Best Leaf Peeping   [caption id="attachment_17897" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Lake Jean at Ricketts Glen State Park. Photo by Dennis J. Kowalewski.[/caption]   As the air grows cool and crisp, the rural Endless Mountains...

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Restored Train Station Welcomes Visitors to Nicholson

Decades before the Tunkhannock Creek Viaduct rose to fame, another local landmark was at the heart of Nicholson. The Historic Delaware, Lackawanna & Western (DL&W) Railroad Station was once a hub for freight and passengers. It even served as the...

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Fall Fun in the Endless Mountains

Experience Autumn in PA’s Countryside Here in the Endless Mountains, stunning fall scenery and rustic, small-town traditions just come naturally. The forests are blazing with fiery fall colors, and the crisp, cool days are perfect for exploring hidden backroads and...

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County Fair Season Returns to the Endless Mountains

In the Endless Mountains, our county fairs are preparing for a summer full of family fun. These annual events celebrate the region’s rich agricultural heritage and showcase the hard work of our local farmers. Not to mention, there’s no shortage...

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Bikepacking Adventures in the Endless Mountains

New Gravel Loop Offers 400+ Miles to Explore   [caption id="attachment_14679" align="aligncenter" width="800"] Loyalsock Creek, Sullivan County, PA. Photo by Cain Chamberlin.[/caption]     With our quiet backroads and pristine trails, the Endless Mountains have long been gravel riding’s best-kept...

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The Dietrich Theater: Celebrating Arts, Culture, & Community

In the shadow of the Great Depression, a businessman named George Dietrich thought that Tunkhannock could use a little bit of joy. He knew the perfect escape: the movies. In 1937, he built the Dietrich Theater, complete with modern marvels...

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Discover the Martins Creek Viaduct

New Overlook Showcases Kingsley Bridge   [caption id="attachment_13597" align="aligncenter" width="843"] Martins Creek Viaduct Scenic Overlook, Kingsley, PA.[/caption]   At 150 feet tall and 1,600 feet long, the Martins Creek Viaduct is nothing short of awe-inspiring. Known locally as the Kingsley...

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