Huntingdon County Heritage Trail: North-South Figure-Eight tour through Huntingdon Professional Review and Guide
"This 118-mile figure-eight tour is part of the Path of Progress Heritage Trail, which celebrates the industrial and cultural contribution of the Alleghenies in the building of the nation. The tour can be shortened into its two loop components: the 53.8-mile North Loop or the 64.2-mile South Loop. Side excursions increase the distance. At the eastern edge of the Allegheny Front, the drive rounds up a pleasant blend of images, with valley drainages, farmscapes, woods, and mountainous travel.
Special attractions: Historic Huntingdon; Greenwood Furnace, Whipple Dam, and Trough Creek state parks; Alan Seeger Natural Area; Stone Valley Recreation Area; Raystown Lake; two commercial caverns; Trolley Museum and East Broad Top excursion train; rhododendron blooms; boating, fishing, parasailing, jet skiing, hiking, picnicking. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."