Welcome home to the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania
The serene, rural atmosphere of Pennsylvania's Endless Mountains Region is alive with a rich history and abundance of natural and cultural resources awaiting your discovery. Nestled in the rolling hills of Northeast Pennsylvania, the Endless Mountains is the country-getaway near the metro areas of Elmira and Binghamton, New York and Williamsport, Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. The Endless Mountains Heritage Region invites you to discover our landscape and legacy of river gateways, state and county parks, rolling hills, family farms, river towns, historic districts and quaint rural villages, and unique natural resources and scenic corridors.
The Endless Mountains Heritage Region is a nonprofit membership agency and state-designated heritage area serving the communities of Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties in Northeast Pennsylvania. Our organization is also the water trail manager for the Susquehanna River North Branch and adviser for pedestrian and bicycle trails and agricultural heritage promotion of the region. We provide opportunities for regional collaborations to recognize and celebrate our rich historic and cultural legacy and design and implement programs and projects which enhance natural or historic resources.
- Pennsylvania Heritage Area and regional partnership agency of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
- Water Trail Manager of the Susquehanna River North Branch, cooperating with the ExplorePAtrails Network and Susquehanna Greenway Partnership
- Gateway Agency of the Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network in the National Park Service
- Northern Tier Buy Fresh Buy Local Chapter Sponsor through FoodRoutes Network and Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture.
Our offices are at at the "Old Red House" on the John B. Merrill Parkway, Towanda, overlooking the Susquehanna River and Towanda River Walk. Visitors are welcome and are advised to contact us first to ensure staff availability. We are currently giving our historic building a bit of a face-lift - with extensive rehabilitation of the building's foundation and flooring. It is anticipated that this project will continue through to the end of January and will cause minimal disruption in our operations.