Pennsylvania Route 305 - Route Description - Mifflin County

Mifflin County

At the top of the mountain, PA 305 crosses into Union Township in Mifflin County and leaving the boundaries of Rothrock State Forest and beginning to descend the forested mountain, curving to the east. At the base of Stone Mountain, the road turns to the southeast and heads into the Kishacoquillas Valley, passing areas of agriculture with some residences. PA 305 continues southeast to its eastern terminus at an intersection with PA 655 near the community of Belleville.

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