The Laurel Highlands goes hiking, biking, fishing, and more this week. 

We love the amazing photos you take every week in the Laurel Highlands. In this Highlands Highlights, we celebrates some of our favorite photos of the week that showcase some of the best destinations, food, events and so much more in the Laurel Highlands. Use #LaurelHighlands on your posts and tag us at @LaurelHighlands_pa and you might be featured next week!

Escape to beautiful fishing spots in the Laurel Highlands, like this spot under the Lower Humbert Bridge near Confluence, our Laurel Highlands Instagram Contest winner this week. 


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Congrats on your first Palomino Trout! Find more fishing streams here. 


Got my first Palomino Trout! #flyfishing #paflyfishing #laurelhighlands

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Check out the amazing view at Wolf Rocks in Forbes State Forest


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Did you know 6 miles from the Ohiopyle Trailhead of the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail is this gorgeous overlook?


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Lake biking laps and Keystone State Park 


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The 2017 bike park schedule is out for Seven Springs Mountain Resort. Check it out and plan your downhill mountain bike trip.

All hikes should end delicious loaded fries in Ohiopyle. Pulled pork, cheese, barbeque sauce, and pico de gallo? I’m game. 


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The strawberries are coming! Thanks Schramm Farm for the produce update. 

Nemacolin’s Mystic Rock was voted Golfweek’s #1 course to play in Pennsylvania for 2017. Congratulations! 

Rivertowne Brewing is now serving Hala Kahiki Slushies in the taproom. Yes, please!

Exciting collaborations happened this week at Four Seasons Brewing Company. Apis Mead, Helltown Brewing, and Four Seasons came together to raise money for Rick Sebak’s “Rick-Starter” with their crisp limited edition IPA, “Nebby Neighbor.” 

Check out the kickstarter here.


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Tapped Brick Oven and Pour House also got in on the Nebby Neighbor fun. 

In other exciting community news, the Lamp Theatre has a new addition this week. A diner all the way from Station Square in Pittsburgh was saved to serve as a place to enjoy libations and snacks at the theater. 

We can’t wait to see the official unveiling of this upcycled addition.