Find Fall Foliage Along PA Route 6

See Stunning Fall Foliage Along PA Rt. 6!

Each autumn, northern Pennsylvania’s tree-filled forests and rolling hills ignite in an awe-inspiring spectrum of color— spanning golden yellows, exhilarating oranges, fiery reds, and deep purples. Amidst that stunning sea of color winds historic Route 6, the perfect route for a “leaf-peeping” road trip. Follow US Rt. 6 from one side of Pennsylvania to the other, through endless forests full of ever-changing leaves and small towns full of friendly people, to all of the best places, parks, attractions, and overlooks to see Pennsylvania’s gorgeous fall foliage!

“Do 6” – Top 6 Places to See the Best Fall Foliage Along Route 6:


  • The Marie Antionette Lookout – Visit this overlook in Bradford County for an expansive view of the autumn leaves surrounding the Susquehanna River and the former location of historic French Azilum, a French refugee settlement of the late 1700s believed to be intended as a safe haven for Marie Antoinette.
  • The Oil Heritage Region – Visit the birthplace of the oil industry, the Oil Heritage Region in Crawford County, to experience Pennsylvania’s fall foliage by train! Take the Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad through Oil Creek State Park to see colorful leaves and maybe some antique oil equipment, too.
  • Kinzua Sky Walk – Once the longest and tallest bridge in the world, the restored remains of the tornado-ravaged Kinzua Bridge offer the perfect 225-foot high perch for truly awe-inspiring autumn views of the valley below.

Other Helpful Fall Foliage Travel Resources:

According to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, PA has “a longer and more varied” fall foliage season than anywhere in the world! If you visit in October, you’ll surely experience some autumn awesomeness, but here are some helpful resources to plan ahead for the best views.

And, Some Fall Foliage Road Trip Itineraries Along PA Route 6:

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