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Loganton / Sugar Valley Professional Review and Guide
"The dictionary defines a valley as "a stretch of low land lying between hills or mountains and usually having a stream or river flowing through it." Sugar Valley fits that definition perfectly. Steep hillsides rise on both sides of the valley. Fishing Creek runs right down the middle, and most of the land in the valley is farmed. For a bicyclist it's a great place to take a leisurely ride. There are only a few roads in the valley, but they don't have much traffic on them. And many residents of the valley are Amish farmers, who use buggies instead of cars. As rides go, this is short on tourist attractions but long on scenery and enjoyable riding. The road surface is good."
--William Simpson, Short Bike Rides in Eastern Pennsylvania (The Globe Pequot Press).
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