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Eggleston's Glen is a 1.2 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Dundee, New York that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length 1.2 mi Elevation gain 134 ft Route type Out & Back
Dog friendly Kid friendly Hiking Forest River Views Waterfall Wild flowers Wildlife Rocky
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Janet Byrne
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HikingGreat!

A lot of rock climbing and very little elevation. Beautiful glen at the end of the trail. Pack snack or lunch and stay there to enjoy the view. Not many people.

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Urban Harris
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Hiking

great beginner trail kid had a blast. the entrance is difficult to find but there is a a large tunnel under the main road... that is the trail just use that go under the road heading east and good to go.

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Brent Smith
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HikingGreat!

Loved this hike. Super short and easy. But absolutely gorgeous!

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Ted Broadhurst
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Yuval Yeret
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Hiking

Great easy walk with the kids despite very low water levels. Water carves a beautiful path through the creek.

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Dan Furfari
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This is a hidden gem. After seeing Walkens Glen, Buttermilk Falls, Taughannock Falls this trip, it was nice to find somewhere so much less developed with way fewer people that was still an amazing spot. Fun walking in the stream and climbing over rocks and trees. Great payoff at the end. Some slippery rocks, but our kids (3&5) made it with only a couple bumps and scratches. Definitely recommend this one.

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Drew L.
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HikingGreat!RockyScramble

This was one of the best hikes I’ve ever taken. It took a while to find as it was just an 18” wide footpath behind a guardrail. I won’t spoil it for anyone but just go. My family was in awe every time we turned a corner. It did involve climbing over logs and boulders and a few steps in very shallow running water. We were alone until we got to the very end of it which made it all the more special. Park on the gravel pull off on the opposite side of the road as the all trails marker.

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Sally Warner
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Loved this hike. I tracked 2.3 miles round trip to the falls and back. Small amount of water right now but very pleasant. There are a couple points where all the water goes underground, but don’t give up - it isn’t dried up, just hiding. It’s worth going all the way to the very high falls. There are places where you need to walk in the water but it was never too deep for our hiking boots to handle

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Leah Cary
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Hiking

Short but rewarding hike through a fantastic high reaching glen!! Even with just a trickle of water still so beautiful

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Nicolle Seinige
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HikingGreat!

We took this hike today after it rained all day yesterday, the creek bed was still quite dry in places but that made it easier to maneuver without getting wet. Our 7 year old son LOVED to climb over all the fallen trees and the waterfall at the end was truly stunning, not much water but still amazing! However, there were some falling rocks at the end, which made us shorten our stay at the pool. I guess the rain loosened some material. Only met two families during the entire hike and we definitely took our time, saw lots of frogs, small snakes and a juvenile red spottet newt! Would definitely recommend and come again

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Charles Cipolla
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The creek was pretty much dried up. The waterfall wasn't even falling.

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Susan Kopack
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Parking is along side of the road. AllTrails gps is accurate. Is does seem as though you are just parking near the woods. Sometimes other cars may be there too. We began with only one car but by the time we left there were maybe 10. Others have mentioned posted signs. From the roadway (route 54), these are to the right of trail entrance, go to the left behind the guardrail. You will easily see the path leading down to the creek bed. Lots of fallen trees makes for fun climbing for the family. Our dog went too and loved it.

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Steven Sweeney
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Hiking

Great trail, lot of fallen trees now blocking the stream. Be warned however as we were at the end by the big waterfall a large rock fell into the pool! It’s beautiful at the end but please be careful!

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Elodie Bonhomme
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Amazing hike along the river, view at the end is definitely worth it! It seems to be a private property at first but the path is well indicated. You'll enjoy!

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Shyanne McFall
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Was an amazing view of nature and enjoyable to walk trees were down but makes it more active to walk climbing over was dry but would go back to walk for sure

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Tony Carracedo
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Super fun!

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Jesse Surprise
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Hiking

Nice creek walk to a big waterfall (unfortunately without much rain lately it wasn't gushing). A couple natural slides for the kids to go down on the way. Contrary to other reviews, the trail was not hard to find, nor did it seem to be on private property, nor was it very secluded (about 8 cars parked already).

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Mitchell Coss
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HikingBugs

Super cool trail would definitely recommend, the fall is really pretty. trail is a little difficult to find but once you hit the creek follow it all the way till you get to the falls, you can’t miss it.

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Lareesa McFall
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HikingBugs

A great hike! A little sloppy at times but with water shoes it’s no problem. A good hike for a young dog who is able to climb the little inclines from one fall to the next. Great water hole at the end of the hike to relax and enjoy.

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Katherine Craig
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Hiking

Beautiful hike! The path is through the creak so a June hike was perfect since water flow was pretty low. Hike was more like 1 miles each way.

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Barb Grimes
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Nature tripsPrivate property

A must see!! The trail is a creek walk, the water in May was low enough where we didn't get wet but you will need good boots. I was lucky enough that I just replaced my old Merrells with a nice pair of Keens. Our doggo came along and did great. There are several small falls on the way to the end where there is a spectacular 75ish foot waterfall and plenty of places provided by mom to sit and take it all in. We didn't see anyone else all day, it was nice to have the place to ourselves.

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Holly Gray
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Hiking

It’s posted private property. No trespassing. If it was your home or property would you want trespassers.

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