Calogero Z. on White Shore Trail
If you like rock scrambling this is the hike for you. Wear proper footwear because the rocks can get a bit jaggy and I've seen a few people including myself slip on the rocks. Overall it's a great hike and very challenging. I did the 520 foot stair ascent for last and it with a doubt is s butt buster. Will definitely do it again!
My feet hurt! we usually do just the bit front State Line Lookout Parking to the falls at the river and return, but today did the whole loop..forgot how long the rock scramble along the river is..good work out. lots of people out today, maybe one of the last really nice days before the cold weather kicks in..
90% rocks. I had to keep my head down the whole time to try and find sure footing, which rarely happened. Wasn't able to appreciate the view, which was ok at best. No waterfall when we were there either. Couldnt imagine taking my dog here for this hike... Id end up carrying him over the dangerous rocks.
Awesome hike . This placereally made me fall in love with hiking a couple years ago. I do this hike a couple times a year, great trails with varied terrain. Pretty moderate the section where you Climb over the rock formation is kind of tough. Overall great hike.
The trail seemed longer than we expected, but it was such a nice adventure. My friend and I went yesterday and the lady at the cafe recommended we do the portion where it was a bit of a challenge - scrambling across boulders and climbing steps and more steps - so we did. We say the waterfall, but there was no water. However it is located right next to the swing which was a nice treat and a great place to relax after 4hr nonstop hike. Yes, it took us about 4hrs or so, probably because we were messing around taking photos along the way. I totally recommend this hike, but not for the faint at heart.
My friend and I loved this loop. Traversing the rocks was amazing! The views were breathtaking at every turn. I almost forgot where I was it was so beautiful. Definitely a more difficult hike across the rocks and up the stairs, but well worth it. I don't recommend bringing a dog or small children.