Tucked in north-central Pennsylvania, Wellsboro is a quaint, unremarkable, and generally forgotten town. It's not easy to get to either. Not even a Greyhound Bus drives into the place. But it has one thing of note: the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, a deep gorge that cuts into the surrounding mountains. A trip to the canyon is a must for anyone who thought they wanted to be an archaeologist as a kid -- the place is littered with fossils.
Beyond that, there isn't much going for the town (unless you're dying to catch the ridiculous Dickens Festival in December that turns downtown into a Victorian village). Isn't fulfilling your childhood dream enough for one vacation?
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