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.

loved this hike, went on a nice warm sunny day in Jan. The half frozen waterfall was amazing. A neighbor of the trail gave us the advice to stay on the trail the land to both sides are private land. it is well posted.

Iv done this hike dozens of times and it’s always worth it! Yes it’s steep but a short hike iv read some reviews of people missing the waterfall and the rock statues and ledge itself once you reach the creek at the top stick to the right side and take the well worn side trails towards the cliff edge they will run into the ledge and the rock statues.

walking
2 months ago

Nice trail, wish it was longer.

Beautiful views especially with all the leaves down. The leaves on the ground make the steep parts a bit tricky/slippery. Amazing rock outcrops.

Good hike with a bit of scrambling. Can be kind of buggy in the summer and the views from the top are blocked with the foliage is full, but beautiful none the less. Keep dogs on leash. Area is well trafficked.

need trail maps at center

6 months ago

Great hike, amazing views of the Delaware and a waterfall to refresh yourself.

hiking
6 months ago

Good hike with great views! If you're lucky you'll have some Bald Eagles overhead or flying below the ledges. Passed a few other hikers, but otherwise empty midday on a Wednesday.

Great views, waterfall, rock designs. Downside, be on the lookout for rattlesnakes!! No joke. Hike in is up all the way and rocky. Good chance of seeing bald eagles up there.

hiking
6 months ago

Love it! We did counter clockwise. Finished in about 1 hour 45 minutes at a leisurely pace.

hiking
7 months ago

The map here doesn't cover the entire length of the trail; it ends arbitrarily. I'm not sure how much more there is but some other hikers we encountered suggested it was substantial. Having just followed the route here, we saw neither a waterfall nor ledges. A good vigorous climb at the beginning and a pretty creek at the top of the hill were highlights.

on Tusten Mountain Trail

8 months ago

Great trail to do with kids !

on Mongaup River Trail

8 months ago

Loved the cemetery at the end. Walking along the river was beautiful.

hiking
9 months 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.

hiking
9 months 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!

walking
Thursday, January 05, 2017

Easy flat hike, pretty views, very peaceful.

hiking
Wednesday, November 23, 2016

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.

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