December 7, 2016
It showcases the cultural and historic treasures of the Amish and northern Appalachian people in a pastoral countryside.
Incorporating the original routes of the first Amish settlers and those who came before them, the Byway is a unique ride. The potential to see wildlife, horse-drawn buggies, pedestrians and rolling farmland calls for extra caution--but the beauties of the route are worth it.
For an easier ride, take State Route 39 or 83, but for a more challenging yet exciting ride, venture down State Route 520, 60 or 557. Be careful on the hills and bends that make the byway a great ride.