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Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater is a must-see in the Laurel Highlands. You have to check it off of your bucket list. And seriously, If you didn't take a photo of Fallingwater from this angle and post it on Instagram, did you actually visit it?
There are 10 covered bridges in Laurel Highland's Somerset County and every single one of them is different in their own way, making them all 100 percent Instagram-worthy.
Cucumber Falls is undoubtedly the most photographed sight in the Laurel Highlands. Don't miss out on the trend! The waterfall can be found in Ohiopyle State Park and is very accessible, it doesn't require a lengthy hike to find.
If you're a foodie looking for not only a good meal but also an appetizing Instagram photo, look no further. Every plate at Out of the Fire Café is delicious and their presentation is on point.
Sometimes a hike can be challenging, but the view from Beam Rocks is so rewarding. Enjoy a break on your journey through Laurel Mountain State Park and take in the view of the mountainous surroundings while you rest.
The Youghiogheny River
For most Laurel Highlands adventurers, the best memories are days spent on the water. Convince your friends to join you on the next river run by sharing a photo while cruisin' down the Yough.
Gear up, get outdoors and tackle a few miles of the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail. With 70 miles of natural beauty, you're bound to get amazing photos of plants, animals and the rugged shelters along the trail.
Steelers Training Camp at Saint Vincent College
Every summer, the Pittsburgh Steelers call Chuck Noll Field at Saint Vincent College home for a few weeks while they practice for the upcoming season. A shot of your favorite player from the sidelines will definitely impress your followers.
Ohiopyle Low Bridge
A walk or ride on the Great Allegheny Passage doesn't come without a view! The sight from the Low Bridge in Ohiopyle shows off the fast-flowing Youghiogheny River and its surrounding mountainous landscape.