Trail Central™ – Four Seasons of Fun!
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Take the road less traveled. Walk the Tracks Across the Sky at the amazing engineering marvel, the Kinzua Sky Walk. Enjoy spectacular fall foliage tours; hands-on, experiential educational and heritage tours; food & wine culinary adventures. For active groups – guided nature hikes. In the Allegheny National Forest Region Fall really is bigger!
For groups touring the Allegheny National Forest in northern Pennsylvania and nearby southwestern New York, our region offers inexpensive attractions and a selection of locally owned restaurants, choice of hotels, and one-of-a-kind venues.
2019 Profile Sheet & Itinerary Ideas
Kinzua Sky Walk – Motorcoach / Group Tour Request Form
Educational & School Group Programs
Eldred WW II Museum Resource Guide
Longhouse National Scenic Byway, Allegheny National Forest
Penn Brad Oil Museum Resource Guide
School & Group programming available.
The Kinzua Sky Walk is constructed on the restored towers of the historic Kinzua Viaduct, once the longest and highest railroad viaduct in the world. This pedestrian walkway extends 600 feet out into the Kinzua Gorge and features an octagon shaped overlook, with a partial glass floor, that provides stunning 8-mile forest vistas.
Fall Foliage – Longhouse National Scenic Byway – USA Today, 2011, named as one of top 50 scenic drives in the United States – Prime color during first two weeks of October.
Scenic Route 6 – Small Town Charm. Recommended sites to visit locally: Allegheny National Forest, Flickerwood Wine Cellars, Allegheny Cellars Winery, Artworks at the Depot, Kane Manor, Olmsted Manor, Smethport Mansion District, Old Jail Museum, Route 6 Diner, Barrel House Restaurant.
Hear the “Wild Catting Tales” at the site of our 72 foot tall, 1890 Era Standard Rig. You can experience the excitement of the FIRST billion-dollar oil field. Guided tours by oil country veterans. See yellow dogs and barkers, headache posts, hurry-up sticks, and sucker rods — all used to produce that “miracle molecule” of oil found in Pennsylvania.