Tranquility and Excitement Canoe through rapids and quiet pools as the Delaware River winds its way through a valley of swiftly changing scenery or fish amid rolling hills and riverfront villages in one of the finest fishing rivers in the northeastern United States. The clean water of the Delaware, the last major undammed river in the eastern United States, supports a healthy ecosystem and offers tranquility and excitement.

28 days ago

Beautiful trail. Bear to the right at the loop for a more gradual climb and to the left for a more challenging hike. Be sure to wear bug spray as the ticks are out in full force.

1 month ago

I love this trail!
It's beautiful, quiet, lots of wildlife and plant life, great views... easily one of my favorite trails in the area!

One of my favorite go-to trails in this area. Always beautiful in the hemlock forest, bald eagles calling, and so wonderfully quiet. Great workout.

Also be on the look out for ticks. Our dog picked up 15 of them by the time we got back to the van!

Easy flat hike, pretty views, very peaceful.

The trail is difficult, but has a nice view from the top and places to sit and enjoy the scenery. There's a lot to see on the way up (or down, depending on which route you take); If you take the left at the trail head, it's a brutal climb up but the way back down is more gradual.

There is plenty of parking at the stone arch bridge at the bottom of the mountain, or you can drive across the bridge and up the mountain and park at the trail head and cut about a mile off uphill walking off.

A nice, easy to moderate hike (some inclines, but on maintained trails) at the site of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in the Upper Delaware River Valley.

Fairly easy to moderate hike. Beaver dams along the way and an OLD early 19th century cemetery at the end of the trail.

Part of the NPS Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.