Highland Scenic Byway: High Peaks, Bogs, & Waterfalls Professional Review and Guide
"A 45-mile drive along the Highland Scenic Byway. It first passes through narrow hardwood valleys in Monongahela National Forest, passing by a unique bog and several waterfalls, and climbs into the high peaks of the Allegheny Mountains for unsurpassed views. More than 150 miles of hiking trails, from short, wheelchair-accessible boardwalks to strenuous backcountry treks, lead off from the route.
Fishing, boating, hunting, and just plain sightseeing are major activities. Special Attractions: Cranberry Bogs Botanical Area; sweeping vistas; the Falls of Hills Creek; and fishing, hiking, and camping. 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."