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Lauren Olivola
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Hiking

Very challenging yet rewarding hike. I forked left for the rocky challenge to the top and had some very nice views on the way. I'm glad I read earlier reviews because I didn't expect too much reaching the top, which I read did not feel as if the hike was completed. There is a lookout point at the top. It looks like there is more to the right but there isn't, so once you reach the top go back. I forked left coming back down for an easier time down. Very rocky so wear the appropriate footwear.

Glenda Kruse
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Hiking

The views of the cliff, streams and waterfalls are spectacular. The trails are beautiful and easy to walk. I was very impressed. I will definitely be going again.

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Lindsey Malko
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HikingOver grown

I completed this loop last week. The view overlooking the Delaware River is INCREDIBLE and way more impressive than the waterfall. I give this trail only 4 stars, because it is NOT clearly marked and kind of confusing to follow. Ended up being more like 4 miles and the loop brings you back out onto the road and not where you started. (But close to it). Worth it to start the opposite way if you are looking for the overlook!

Trey Katzenbach
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Horseback riding

Had to cut the hike short because the kids were fading so we didn’t do the Cliff Trail portion, but the Hacker’s Falls portion was awesome. It only takes 1 mile of mild/moderate covered woods path uphill until you get to the falls. There are a few intersecting trails so GPS is recommended. The falls are impressive but the swimming hole is what makes this place special. It is big enough for lots of people. There are multiple areas to spread out around the falls. It is easy to enter the swimming hole (although very slippery). You can go under the falls, jump from the falls and even dive in some areas. The rest of the hike after the falls and before the cliff trail is okay. This trailhead is directly opposite the Raymondskill Falls which is only 0.6 miles from the trailhead but harder to get to and more difficult to swim in. Do yourself a favor and go the extra 1/2 mile to Hacker’s. This is a must do if you are within 90 minutes.

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Mary Callirgos
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HikingBugsMuddy

Great trail overall! 20-25 minute hike from the parking lot to the first waterfall. Completed this hike with our 3 month old, 2 year old, 9 year old & our dog. Once we got to the fist fall we walked across in the water for more room because the side where the trail leads to was a bit tight with the amount of people. The kids had a great time jumping off the rope. Make sure to bring water shoes, bathing suit, sunblock, and a change of clothes.

Hannah Wiese
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HikingOver grownRocky

We loved cliff trail and would come back! It was well marked but the grass was overgrown a bit for my liking on the main trail. Beautiful views! Also it's not really a loop, more of an out and back.

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Christina Lynn
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HikingOff trail

Definitely not an easy trail. There’s some spots that are so steep and there’s nothing but dirt so you just slide down them and the trail isn’t marked or kept well so it’s really easy to get off trail. Views are worth the hike. Nice and barely anyone was there. The water at the bottom of the big falls was completely dried up when it’s usually a big area you can swim in. The smaller falls at the bottom of the trail was in such a nice secluded spot I actually liked them better than the big falls. Tough hike but it’s short and all the spots by the falls are nice to relax in once you get to them

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Annalee Switek
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Hiking

Fun trail! Around 5 mi and took us around 3 hrs (we are average speed hikers and took some breaks). We did the trail clockwise, going up on the left (if you are facing the fork going up) side and down on the logging road trail. The up portion was steep but nothing crazy - there was maybe a 20-30 minute stretch where my heart was thumping continuously, but after the 1.5 hours up, it’s was another 1.5 all down and easy hiking on the logging road. Logging road was a wee bit boring, going down the same way we came may have been more of a challenge footing wise. Pretty views at the top, a few good vistas along the way. The town near the trail head is cute and has a pizza place, a kayak rental situation, a good looking BBQ place we didn’t try, and my personal favorite the APPLE PIE AND HOTDOG place. Used to go there with my dad when I was a tween and it was fun stopping in and getting a slice of pie. Also had other food (I saw a Mac and cheese pot pie mentioned...) and farm stand fare. Re: crowds at the trail - we arrived at 10 am on July 5th and snagged a spot in the main lot - it was a bit more crowded on our way out at 1 pm, but still possible to get a spot from people leaving.

Hailee Stauffer
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Hiking

Great trial! At the end there is a water fall that you can swim in.

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Shantanu Bhide
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Hiking

Great experience . We reached around 10.15 and the trail was surprisingly not crowded. Some rocky patches, but overall a very moderately difficult one!

KT The Tea Guru
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Hiking

Very uneventful. View at the top is great but is of a lovely power plant. There are some good campsites near the top.

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Britney C
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HikingBugsRocky

The walk was good, but there are many rocky patches. There weren’t as many people as I had believed there would be. The view was a bit underwhelming but overall it was a good time.

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Ryan Housam Fitzgerald
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HikingMuddyScramble

Beautiful hike but definitely moderate to hard. Would NOT recommend doing it with kids under the age of 10. Lots of loose shale climbing.

Sharon Redl
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Hiking

This trail is super easy from the road it’s 1.2 miles in to get to the falls and the swimming hole. The water was just the right temperature. My 7 year olds did it just fine.

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Rohit Kondekar
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was a boring hike

Kelsey Ann Occhipinti
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HikingRocky

Great trail- it’s a little rocky at times and not a straight paved path but beautiful and a great view at the top!

Carrie Quigley
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Hiking

We just completed this trail with our 10 and 7 year old who loved the experience. Our thoughts: -This was a great trail but you should definitely wear sneakers or hiking boots (no flip flop/sandals) and bring a swimsuit. -Once you reach the waterfall, there is an incline with awful erosion and fallen trees. It is intimidating (if not scary) for kids — but — it is worth continuing as the hike does get easier and continually more lovely (as long as you don’t mind going over and under fallen tree trunks). -There are benches at various spots along the way, good for a stream-side picnic. -We saw five toads.

Saurabh Agarwal
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Carl Feldman
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HikingBugsMuddyOver grown

Trail back to the glens has a ton of high grass and you have to walk through a gross abandoned picnic area with a bunch of man made stagnant ponds. The falls are beautiful and it’s easy to wade in. The lower level is often crowded but the upper level is pretty clear. Watch your step on the slippery rocks.

Amanda Kaut
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Hiking

We had a great day hike. Took the AT section in and the old logging road back out. It’s very rocky, bigger rocks on the way up and smaller ones on the logging road on the way out. The blazes are on rocks for some portions of the hike around the lookout, and are fading. Keep an eye out so you keep on the path. There was one particular section that we lost it and I had to pull up my app to find the way. The town is super cute and I wish I would have budgeted more time to explore the town, get ice cream and have lunch or dinner. Parking at the trail head is challenging but there is plenty at the base of the hill by the inn and on Main St.

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Roksana Podgorna
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HikingRocky

Great views, super rock go clockwise!

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Denise Quinto
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Hiking

Great on the easy side trail.. vista was disappointing as there was a large family not sharing lol.. very nice guy who lets you park On his property for $10

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Melissa Eckelmeyer
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HikingRocky

Very rocky, so wear good shoes with ankle support. Great views!

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Madison Lippincott
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HikingGreat!

An EXCELLENT hike. The elevation gain is steady but challenging at times making for a great workout. There were lots of families on the trails so I suppose it's suitable for many different types of hikers, but I'm not sure about dogs - can be a little steep with sharp drop-offs at times. The views of the river can't be beat.

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