PA Rt. 6 Motorcycle Loop Itineraries & Maps
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PA Route 6 Motorcycle Loops by Region
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Pennsylvania Great Lakes Motorcycle Loop – The Best of Lake & Country!
Experience “the best of lake and country” on the Pennsylvania Great Lakes Motorcycle Loop! Begin your expedition in Erie, the state’s only Great Lakes Port City. Enjoy stunning lake- and countryside-views between stops to explore the region’s most interesting and unusual gems, including the lighthouse of Presque Isle, one of only two Climax Engines in existence, how “ducks walk on fish” at Pymatuning Spillway, one of the world’s oldest wooden roller coasters, and PennDOT’s quirky Road Sign Sculpture Garden. Finish your trip back in Erie with a tour of the Erie Maritime Museum and US Brig Niagara.
PA Wilds West Motorcycle Loop – Adventures in the Allegheny National Forest!
The PA Wilds Motorcycle Loop will take you on a wild adventure through Pennsylvania’s only National Forest. First, grab an ANF Zippo Lighter from the Allegheny National Forest Visitors Bureau Gift Shop, then head to the Zippo/Case Museum to explore the iconic brands’ “Made in America” legacy. Hit the Penn Brad Oil Museum before taking to the road and enjoying impressive views of the Allegheny Reservoir and Kinzua Dam. Stop in each friendly town along Route 6 to explore its unique offerings, including Warren’s Blair Factory Store and Warren Antiques, Irvine’s Wilder Museum and its antique gun collection, Kane’s CJ Spirits distillery tour, Mt. Jewett’s towering Kinzua Sky Walk, Smethport’s gorgeous Victorian Mansion District, Port Allegheny’s shimmering Serenity Glass Park, and Eldred’s World War II Museum!
PA Wilds East Motorcycle Loop – An Ice Cold, Dam Neat, Highway to the Stars, through Canyon Country!
The PA Wilds East Motorcycle Loop begins with a scenic ride from Coudersport to Austin Dam Memorial Park, where you’ll learn the “whole dam story” behind the 1911 flood. Watch for Pennsylvania Elk on your way to Sinnemahoning State Park, stop for an overnight at Kettle Creek, then hit the road through the Pine Creek Gorge, and take the open highway of Rt. 15 to Mansfield. Grab a sweet treat from Highland Chocolates on your way to Wellsboro’s famous gas-lit boulevard, then continue to the gorgeous PA Grand Canyon, where you can enjoy a wagon tour or train excursion. Then, head west on scenic Rt. 6 through Galeton to Coudersport, with stops for a famous Tig Burger at Permastone Inn, shopping at A Stroll Down Memory Lane, some new gear from Larry’s Sports Center, a visit with the deer of Black Forest Trading Post, a tour of the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, and some stargazing at Cherry Spring’s International Dark Sky Park!
PA Endless Mountains Motorcycle Loop – Rolling Hills, Winding Rivers, & Steaming Rails!
Explore northern Pennsylvania’s rolling hills, winding rivers, and steaming rails on the PA Endless Mountains Motorcycle Loop! Take scenic Rt. 6 through the Susquehanna River Valley, past a plethora of picturesque church steeples, on to Rt. 487 to the waterfalls of Ricketts Glen State Park. Then, enjoy a pleasant winding ride to historic Tunkhannock’s shop-lined Main Street and on to beautiful Lake Winola. Continue the adventure, exploring new treasures in each friendly town along the way, like the quaint shops of Clark Summit, the rich railroad heritage of Carbondale, the nationally-registered Historical Society in Honesdale, the iconic Tunkhannock Viaduct, and Wyalusing’s spectacular views!
Pocono Mountains Motorcycle Loop – Rails, Waterfalls, & Lakes Galore!
See “rails, waterfalls, and lakes galore” on the Pocono Mountains Motorcycle Loop! You’ll weave your way through the friendly Heritage Communities of Honesdale, White Mills, Hawley, Milford, and Waymart, making memories along the way at all of the Pocono Mountains’ treasures, including the Stourbridge Line Excursion Trail, D&H Gravity Railroad Museum, Dorflinger Glass Museum, D&H Canal Park at Lock 31, the state’s second-largest lake, Wallenpaupack, stunning Shohola Falls, historic Grey Towers, home of the first Chief of US Forestry, and The Columns Museum to see the blood-stained Lincoln Flag. You’ll also appreciate stopping at Matamoras Memorial Park to honor our nation’s wars, crossing the Delaware River on the Roebling Aqueduct Suspension Bridge, touring the Zane Grey Museum, home of the author of “Riders of the Purple Sage,” and stopping to refresh at Poconos Mountains Harley Davison before finishing with a majestic ride through the Delaware National Forest.