Somerset Scenic 6 is a collection of the most breath-taking and welcoming 2-hour rides around Somerset County and the surrounding region. See the best of Somerset County.
Scenic Somerset County
Consider this your invitation and your guide to Somerset County. You’ll want to take these journeys over and over – Routes layered with adventure, contemplation, education, and beauty.
Flight 93 Loop
Honor the lives of the Heros of Flight 93 as you journey some of the route that the plane followed and stop by the Flight 93 Memorial. This route is contemplative – with a mixture of scenery and sorrow, ending at the Somerset Courthouse in a tribute to the home of the brave and the land of the free.
Coal Heritage Loop
Experience coal country – it’s beauty, grit, and salt of the earth people. This route takes you through coal towns and past coal mines.
Set off on an adventure to one of the most beautiful state parks in the country. The scenery and pristine rural area on the way will guide you to the breathtaking Ohiopyle.
Pike and Ridge Loop
Cruise back roads and scenic byways like Somerset Pike, Ridge Road, and Huckleberry Highway through the charming communities of Jennerstown, Conemaugh Township, and Shanksville. Enjoy the splendor and bucolic landscapes of Somerset County.
Mount Davis Loop
Stroll around the highest point in pennsylvania and experience this rugged park that crosses into three counties and rises magestically to greet gorgeous sunsets.
Mason Dixon Loop
Pass through rural communities along the mason dixon line that are known for their character – from amish to the arts! This ride is sure to impress.
Somerset County stops along the way:
discover the county from an insiders view
Breweries, Wineries, Moonshine, and Distilleries
What People Are Saying
These routes are brand new but we’re already getting alot of positive feedback!
“The Flight 93 Loop was powerful and inspirational. This ride was beyond words.” Mitch Skolnik
“The scenery of this rural region was beyond my expectations. I would definitely recommend it – and I’ll be back!.” John Allen
“This was the rural escape I was hoping for – right in Pittsburgh’s backyard.” Tina Ketcham
“I took the Mason Dixon ride – it goes through some of the most beautiful terrain in the country and demonstrates the diversity of the area. From the Amish Country to the college town of Frostburg and back to Somerset – it was an incredible experience” Thomas Miller
Thank you for exploring Somerset County and the Laurel Highlands!
Questions or Thoughts About the Six?
We are here for you. This effort is powered by community organizations – Somerset, Inc. & the Somerset County Chamber of Commerce who are dedicated to sharing the area with you.