Hackers Falls and Raymondskill Falls Loop Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Dingman Twp, Pennsylvania that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until October.
Combined Raymondskill, Hackers Fall, and Cliff trail for a bigger loop and it was great. Some uphill some downhill, varying natural paths. Waterfalls we're great and the views on cliff trail were breathtaking. Only downside is trails could be marked better, some markers were knocked down and trail intersections could be labeled better.
Decided to enjoy what may be the last warm day of fall. combine with Cliff trail and had several beautiful views. Will definitely be back in the spring!
Beautiful, peaceful trail with amazing falls :)
Great easy hike
Raymondskill falls and hackers falls are both great falls to see even in low water periods. Take the trip up to the cliff as well to look out at the Delaware river. Check our recorded track to see a great loop to follow.
We combined Hackers, Raymondskill and Cliff trails and we loved the experience! Our only criticism is that while the trails are marked, we would have liked more detail on the trails, such as maps or indicators where some trails overlapped. If that kind of detail was present I would give this experience 5 stars. Beautiful blend of well groomed trail and natural beauty. The falls were amazing and the overlooks were breath taking. We would go back enthusiastically. We parked at the Cliff trail head and there was a much appreciated bathroom there! Another plus!
Hackers was cool. I combined Raymondskill falls, cliff trail and Hackers falls into one hike. I had a blast. Here is my trip report.
Very nice maintained Trail. only about 2.2 miles round trip. very beautiful Falls!
cliff trail to falls. Midweek in early summer. Gorgeous views and no people :)
A lot of great trails with some wild views overlooking 209 and the delaware. Waterfall was a great place to hammock and hang out. Can't wait to come back in the summer months and do a trail run.
Did this on 1.1.15 and didn't see another soul on the trail from the trailhead on Raymondskill Rd to the falls. To truly enjoy this spot and trail, go off-season or it will be a zoo of humanity as referenced in the review above. Off-season it is a beautiful walk through typical pocono forest and a great little waterfall. Combine with cliff trail to Milford and back for a great 4 hour hike.
polluting should carry a minimum jail sentence. on the creek there were cans, bottles, empty food wrappers, a plastic shoe. the waterfall was pretty crowded with very loud obnoxious people and guitar playing.
We did the white trail that took us to Cliff trails, which was so beautiful, it was a scenic view of the Delaware water gap. Then we continued on that trail until we got to the intersection of either continuing the white trail to the end or getting onto the orange and trail, which then led us to the yellow trail where Hackers Falls is located. This hike too us about 2 hrs because this wasn't the short trail. We also had my 3 year old and my 7 month old in a double jogging stroller, which was challenging at times but it was a good work out! love this place♡♡
Hiked 1.4 miles from Raymondskill parking. Hiking was easy. Very nice waterfalls. Slippery rocks in the pond. Approach the drop from your right. Rocks at the drop aren't slippery and the falls isn't that strong
Stood under the waterfalls drop. Saw families and kids standing at the falls. Saw few guys were jumping into the pond (must be 6ft) by crossing behind the falls.
Fun quick trail to a watering hole. You can jump off the cliff but be aware it's only about 6 feet deep..if that!
This trail, as the name implies, leads to Hackers Falls, a beautiful two tier water fall with a pool at the bottom of the top fall perfect for swimming. Two "jump off" cliffs lend additional excitement for those brave enough to make the leap. The hike to the falls is pretty mild with some elevation but we completed easily with 3 children (8, 7 & 5) and a Miniature Schnauzer. Additional trails provide lookout views.
Unlike some of the trails in the area pets are allowed on leash & with proper waste removal.