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Bedford County is blessed with 14 covered bridges. Built approximately 100 years ago by craftsmen who worked almost entirely by hand, these structures withstand the rain, snow and hard use of the traveling public. The county's bridges range in...more
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We visited Bedford for the first time and were excited about the covered bridge tour. If you are considering doing this call ahead of time for turn by turn directions. We got a guided map from our resort and went to the website site with...More
Seen a brochure for this tour at Bedford Village and decided to try it, glad we did, it was basically a last minute decision. The directions were easy to follow, took about 2 hrs, it could have been longer if we’ve wanted to stop at...More
The driving instructions for this tour could not have been any better. It was a delight to stop at each beautiful bridge and take pictures. Going in the fall makes for a more scenic drive. The final bridge was a bit tricky to find as...More
While visiting Bedford my wife and I spent the day doing the Covered Bridge tour with a Gravity Hill detour. It was quite enjoyable locating and photographing each one we encountered. We also experienced Gravity Hill which was a real kick!
It was a pleasure to take a leisurely drive through rural Bedford county to see 9 covered bridges. Each bridge was different. Some you could still drive through. Tour takes around 2 hours or a little less depending on how much time you spend at...More
We followed the guide to the letter. No problems and really enjoyed the way it was laid out. The old covered bridges were lovely. One had a lot of graffiti on it but it was still charming. Most of the bridges were still being used...More
The bridges are interesting and it’s great that many are on a “loop” that is easy to follow. Get the guide either online from the visitor’s center, they will mail you whatever guides you want to area attractions. The guide describes the bridges and gives...More
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The Bedford County website has information. You can also get a printed brochure at the Visitor's Center in Bedford. The Visitor's Center also has a book with information on covered bridges throughout Pennsylvania.