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Raymondskill Falls

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December 11, 2019
Significance: The tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania, cliff views, Pond Raymondskill falls is closest to the parking lot. You only have to walk about 0.2 miles down a semi-rugged hill to get to the main part of the falls. There are three tears to these falls and the trail provided to us by the…
Rob And Kim
Rob And Kim
August 27, 2019
Less than a 30 minute drive, you will find the three-tiered Raymondskill Falls, which is the tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania. If you add the drops from each tier together, the waterfall is only a few feet shorter than Niagara Falls.
Allison And Bob
Allison And Bob
November 18, 2017
Short 0.3 mile loop to see a beautiful waterfall. Nice to pair with an outing to Milford
July 21, 2016
Beautiful Falls, easy hike to see the falls and the best park no charge to enjoy this!!
May 30, 2016
Beginner/intermediate hiking trail and boardwalk on lovely waterfalls.

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“Here is some of what you need to know: This is not the back country where majestic waterfalls are found by slogging over rocks and through brush. You are in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and they prefer their waterfalls to be on display like it’s the Macy’s department store. Take it for what it is, and know that because it is easy you will have time to hit several other falls in the area like Raymondskill and Buttermilk falls. -These waterfalls are wheelchair accessible and closed during the winter. This hike starts from a visitors center parking area. The lot is large but it fills up fast according to the park website. A boardwalk or flat surface travels past all the main attractions so people with limited mobility have the opportunity to see this wonder of nature. The first waterfall is the Silver Thread; its two tiers add up to 80 feet and the thread of water falls into a neatly formed channel. After a short stroll through a Rhododendron tunnel (Rhodies bloom in May), you will arrive at Dingmans Falls. Here you will see the water drop and cascade for an impressive 130 ft. The surrounding vegetation gives this area a deep jungle feel. Seats are in place so you can hang out for a little while and watch the water roll by. There is an option to take some steps to the top of the falls. It’s a short trip and cool enough to make it worth the effort.”
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PA, 18337