The leaves are finally starting to change colors in the Laurel Highlands, and the beautiful weather is complimenting the views! It is the perfect time to get out and explore, or take a scenic fall drive and bring the pups with you too! 

The Barronvale Covered Bridge, which crosses the Laurel Hill Creek in Middlecreek Township, is 162 feet 3 inches long.

This adventurer beautifully photographed Lower Humbert bridge, built in 1891, which crosses Laurel Hill Creek and is a burr arch structure. 


Lower Humbert Bridge. #laurelhighlands

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As she poses along the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail, S'mores says it best, "Those memories aren't going to make themselves."


This couple had the right idea by taking a Sunday fall drive, and stopped to take a flick by Glessner Bridge in Stoystown, built in 1881 and open to vehicles! 


They say that dogs are man's best friends. We say dogs are man's best hiking partners! After a 5-mile hike on Wolf Rocks Trail, these doggos had to be tired!


We did some climbing, hiking (5 miles), sniffing and early leaf peeping.

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We hope that you are taking advantage of the beautiful fall weather this year by getting outside and exploring the great Laurel Highlands. Post your photos on Instagram and be sure to use #LaurelHighlands and tag @LaurelHighlands_pa and you could be featured next week!