Posts from September 2018

Rusty Glessner, Ligonier

October in the Laurel Highlands means three things: fantastic fall foliage, harrowing haunted attractions and fabulous fall festivals. From pumpkin picking to apple fests to historic reenactments, here's ten fall festivals you won't want to miss this month. Faranda Farm's Harvest Festival Sept. 22 - Oct. 28, Fridays, Saturdays and…

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Celebrate PA Trails Month!

Friday, September 21, 2018 5:00 PM by Allyson Null

September is PA Trails Month, and where else would you rather celebrate than the Laurel Highlands? The region isn't called an outdoor mecca for nothing. With more than 700 miles of hiking and biking trails waiting in your backyard, there is no excuse to not get outdoors! Regardless if you want to celebrate PA Trails Month by walking, riding or…

Huston's Haunted Hollow

When the sun goes down and you’re looking for a night full of thrills and chills, there’s nothing better than a haunted hayride, house or hollow to bring on the terror. With decades of experience and excellence in horror-inducing haunts, we're highlighting what's new at these infamous Laurel Highlands attractions. Escape…

Lincoln Highway Experience

Lincoln Highway, created in 1913, was the first transcontinental highway in the United States. Today, it stretches from Times Square to San Fransisco and weaves through Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands. A stone house that dates back to 1815 sits on the Lincoln Highway in Latrobe and houses The Lincoln Highway Experience , an interactive museum…

Captain Rumkin

There's plenty of reasons to love fall - cool temps, beautiful fall foliage, fun festivals - but nothing makes me more excited than a new Oktoberfest or pumpkin ale. That's why I've put together this list of new fall brews available now or coming soon at Laurel Highlands breweries throughout our region. Grab your growler and meet me…

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