Learning about the history of a location doesn't have to happen inside a museum. As warm weather approaches, check out these Cumberland Valley locations where you can add some historical knowledge to your outdoor explorations. Camp Michaux: Two miles northwest of Pine Grove Furnace…Continue Reading
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A distinctive assortment of biking trails can be found in Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley, just a quick drive from Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The bike routes of Cumberland Valley offer the perfect combination of scenic downtowns, pristine natural habitats and landmarks rich in…Continue Reading
Cumberland Valley is an outdoor enthusiast hotspot, with a variety of hiking trails spread throughout the area that range in both length and level of difficulty. Hiking is a great way to enjoy the outdoors with friends or family, but also an excellent form of exercise. Keep up the fit…Continue Reading
Cumberland Valley's scenic hiking and biking trails and charming downtowns welcome cyclists to explore all the Valley has to offer. Whether you've been biking for years or just starting out, there are tons of places to hit the road. See why this area was voted the 5th best place for…Continue Reading
Now that spring weather has FINALLY arrived in Cumberland Valley, it's time to get out and enjoy all of the beautiful outdoor activities found in the Valley. You already know about our scenic hiking, legendary fishing, fresh farm markets and robust garden centers, but did you know we…Continue Reading
The Cumberland Valley marks the midway point of the Appalachian Trail, the perfect base for a hiking or biking holiday and to get back to nature, to enjoy the hills and forests, the state parks and scenic trails of the area. The rolling hills, open fields, deciduous forests and gently…Continue Reading
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