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Getting There: Airlines serving the major Pennsylvania cities of Philadelphia, Pittsburg, or Harrisburg include American, Continental, Delta, Northwest, TWA, United, and US Air. The 1-800 phone numbers and Web links are listed in this magazine’s Airlines page.

All of the major U.S. auto rental companies are represented at these airports. The 1-800 phone numbers and Web links are listed in this magazines Autos page.

Staying There: Call 1-800-VISIT-PA for a free copy of the 2001 Pennsylvania Visitors Guide, highway map and the current Events Guide. In addition, Pennsylvania's redesigned travel and tourism web site (www.experiencepa.com) provides web surfers with detailed information on attractions throughout the state. The web site also includes a sophisticated and easy-to-use travel planner feature, which allows site users to "save" attractions which are of interest to them, and then use the site's custom-created technology to find lodging, food and more along their route.

State Map
Pennsylvania State Map (Courtesy www.maps.com)

A useful outdoor guide to Pennsylvania is Pennsylvania: A Guide to Backcountry Travel and Adventure, by Diana Rudd.

Useful WWW sites:
100% Pure Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania's travel and tourism Web site.
Woodward Camp: extreme camp for kids: in-line skating, skateboarding, bicycle stunts, gymnastics.

Return to Pennsylvania's Outdoors Provide Extreme Experiences article.