It’s day 5 of our 40-day #GetOutAndGO Giveaway, featuring a $200 gift card prize from Beyond Clothing and a chance to enter for the $10,000 grand prize GO Camper package from SylvanSport.

Our fifth stop on the tour is the gorgeous Wissahickon Gorge. Only 11 miles north of Philadelphia, and with public transportation routes to and from the city, there’s no excuse to not #GetOutAndGO.

Wissahickon (pronounced just like it looks) Gorge provides visitors with 57 lush miles of hiking trails over 1,800 acres of green space, including the extremely popular Devil’s Pool.

A brief catalogue of clips from the Gorge:

A longer-form tour of the park with the Wandering Woodsman:

Mountain biking opportunities in the park:

Beyond Clothing, who makes gear to help you thrive in any situation, is giving away a $200 gift card to commemorate this stop on the #GetOutAndGO Giveaway. Swing by their Facebook post from today and comment to enter! Tomorrow we’ll be giving away a new prize from a new partner at a new location!

And, of course, every day of the #GetOutAndGO project you can enter to win the grand prize $10,000 SylvanSport GO camper.

If you live in Philadelphia or are thinking about visiting soon, check out these other great resources in planning your outdoor adventures.

Get Out and Discover Pennsylvania!

For the best that Philadelphia and greater Pennsylvania has to offer, check out visitpa.com.

Streaming off of the Appalachian range runs some of the country’s finest white water. The Lehigh River is close to Philadelphia and has runs of class II-III rapids sure to excite new paddlers.

 


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