September 2016

LOOP YOUR WAY ACROSS ROUTE 6

Named by National Geographic as "One of America's most scenic drives" and the #1 Motorcycle Road in the Northeast by motorcycleroads.com for the second year in a row, US Route 6 in Pennsylvania is the heart of the American Dream.

One of the best ways to explore Route 6 is by motorcycle.  You get the experience of being in the great outdoors up here where they skies are bluer and the stars nearer.  Five loop tours have been created to help you experience all that the PA Route 6 Corridor and the four regions within the Corridor have to offer.  Each loop has scenic, historic, and entertaining stops along with llocal restaurants and overnight accommodations.  Spend a couple of days exploring a loop or two or spend a couple of weeks touring all five loops where you can branch out and visit the numerous historic sites, take the local foods, and breath in the scenery.

Make sure to snap a photo of yourself with your bike at any of the many stops listed on the tours, post it to our Facebook page, US Route 6 in Pennsylvania with the hashtags #Do6 #TaketheHighRoad.

Printed maps are available by request through the PA Route 6 Alliance office at 814-435-7706 or via email at: paroute6@verizon.net

Download Itineraries

West to East

Lakes Loop (Erie and Crawford Counties)

Wilds West Loop (Warren and McKean Counties)

Wilds East Loop (Potter and Tioga Counties)

Endless Mountains Loop (Bradford, Wyoming, and Lackawanna Counties)

Pocono Mountains Loop (Wayne and Pike Counties)

 

Read Past Monthly Features:

August 2016 - National Park Service Turns 100

June 2016 - 2 Wheelin' Across 6

May 2016 - Veteran's Memorials

April 2016 - Artisan Trail Month on PA Route 6

February 2016-Historic Inns and Hotels on Route 6

January 2016-6 Ways to Hibernate this Winter

November 2015-Ways to Relax and Restore Along Route 6

October 2015 - Sense Spectacular

September 2015 - Scenic Overlooks and Viaducts

August 2015 - Celebrating the Birth of Gifford Pinchot Across Route 6

June 2015 - Route 6 as a Transportation Corridor

May 2015 - PA Route 6 as a National Recreational Trail

April 2015 - The Real Artisans of PA Route 6

March 2015 - Maple Month

February 2015 - Washington and Lincoln Connections