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Into the PA Wilds

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Price per person: $399.00

Walking Guide 2

Walking Guide 2 requires average amount of walking on a level surface; may have stairs, but an elevator or lift is available. This tour level could accommodate a walking aide, such as a wheelchair.

Get away for three days on this trip to the PA Wilds, viewing wood-carving and stopping at the Elk County Visitors’ Center, plus seeing interesting rock formations.

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Into the PA Wilds

April 25-27, 2019 | 3 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata, Harrisburg
Lv-8:00 am Rt-8:00 pm

Price per person: $399 Double    $496 Single
$367 Triple    $351 Quad
Deposit – $75 per person at registration

2 breakfasts   3 lunches

Day 1 *Travel northwest through beautiful PA mountains to the largest wild area east of the Mississippi *Enjoy lunch in a beautiful, restored Gentleman’s Parlor Car from 1913 This B & O station houses a train museum, restored vintage railroad cars and memorabilia *Stop at the Elk County Visitor’s Center and learn about PA’s free-roaming elk herd, the largest in the Northeast U.S. The Visitor’s Center has viewing areas, educational areas along with a 4-D movie and gift shop. *Overnight in Dubois (1st of 2 nights) (L)

Day 2 *Head through “The Wilds” to the Kinzua Bridge State Park, home of the Kinzua Viaduct, once the longest and tallest railroad structure at 2,053 feet long and 301 feet high *Stroll out and peer into the Kinzua Gorge *Travel to the Chainsaw Carver’s Rendezvous for lunch *Watch over 100 artists from around the world create beautiful objects as they carve wood with chainsaws *Enjoy activities at the Festival Overnight in Dubois (B, L)

Day 3 *Travel to Bilger’s Rocks, an unusual area of nature once described as a “Labyrinth of rocks” *Observe the interesting rock formations *Visit the Grice Museum, viewing a great collection of antique autos (possibly the largest collection of Crossley’s in existence), along with trophy big game displays *Tour Penn State and enjoy the Creamery (B, L)

 

 

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