By: Karen Misuraca
The beauty of the Laurel Highlands area of Pennsylvania will take your breath away. One hundred miles of countryside, mountains, and valleys; two mountain ridges; and thirteen state parks and forests provide the setting for golfing,skiing, fishing, and hiking. The Youghiogheny River (the “Yock”) means white-water rafting, and Raystown Lake offers calmer boating, swimming, and more. In this area the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is converting old railroad paths to hiking and biking trails. (For a guidebook, call Rails-to-Trails of Pennsylvania at 717–238–1717 or go to www.railtrails.org/pa.) Here you’ll find a masterpiece of modern architecture, Frank Lloyd...
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