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Raymondskill Falls Loop Trail is a 0.4 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from May until October.

Distance: 0.4 miles Elevation Gain: 95 feet Route Type: Loop

kid friendly


nature trips





wild flowers


no dogs

2 days ago

Better get there early to get a parking spot! Beautiful falls and a very easy walk to them.

Dog friendly, amazing views! Tough hike. Love this trail!

8 days ago

Great small hike with a little elevation

off trail
17 days ago

Nice and easy trail to the waterfalls. On your way out, check the off-road path to the bottom of the fall (slippery rocks and nice place to swim). It might be busy in peak season with parking.

Just amazing. Must go place.

26 days ago

This is a relatively short and relatively easy loop. There are a set of stairs heading down to the falls and coming back up. The falls are lovely. If you want to extend the loop there is a path that heads down to the creek which is worth it.

Deff kid friendly didn’t find the entire right trail but just seeing the waterfalls was fun enough for the kids , one way trail very well maintained

Amazing trail! So gorgeous! Breathtaking views of the big waterfall and many small waterfalls... beautiful lake. Trail featured some nice inclines. I did the trail 3 times because the views were just so Spectacular

Very easy loop trail with lots of options

Very nice and easy trail , wonderful day . Perfect day .

1 month ago

Went here today with the family. kids ranged in age from 4 to 13. Overall it was an easy trail. My boyfriend had to carry the 4 year a few times. The waterfall was beautiful. We had to park at the bottom as most lots were full, but the trails weren't too crowded. Down by the waterfall people were respectful took their pictures and kept it moving. Found a little spot to ourselves to sit down and eat. We will definitely be back.

Very nice trail. We arrived at noon on a beautiful Saturday mid May and the lots were full. We parked down at the bottom of the road in the valley and walked up the road. By the time we left around 3pm all lots were overflowing and cars were blocking the roads. No one wearing masks. Main trails full of people. Ridge trails were far emptier. Lots of empty space for brambling. Needed to wait for people to clear the waterfall platforms for proper social distancing.

Beautiful easy trail, highly recommended

A great trail. The forest is mostly green, the falls are beautiful and full of water. We walked with a 2 year old toddler that walked the whole trail by herself.

2 months ago

Short hike but beautiful fall.

Went and saw waterfalls with my honey

3 months ago

Beautiful but very short. Well kept, about the same quality as Bushkill just a lot smaller. Highly recommend, but will be busy unless you go first thing in the morning.

7 months ago

Quick waterfall scenic hike

8 months ago

It was very crowded. It is a beautiful waterfall but it's a really short hike. I would only go back to show friends the waterfall.

9 months ago

More moderate the way we went.

9 months ago

fun hike. there’s two waterfalls, one at the beginning just a short walk in on the side that you park on, and one at the end of the trail.

9 months ago

Great falls. Steep hillside.

Beautiful falls.

9 months ago

The falls is a beautiful spot to hang with friends.

11 months ago

Its not even a hike a quick walk from the parking to the water falls. The Raymond skill falls was amazing.

Wed Jun 26 2019

Mon Jun 24 2019

A very easy beautiful hike. Definitely would recommend

Sun Jun 09 2019

As long as you know it's a tiny trail, it definitely meets expectations! Easy to get around fence and check out the falls up-close. Unfortunately just about every fun activity (swimming etc) is prohibited.

Mon May 27 2019

This is a short loop with two parking lots; you can do a loop from either lot. The trails, while short, are very inclined - it's not steep, but it's a good workout to go up and down. Part of it is stairs. There are two viewpoints on the falls that are decks with railings. One is at the top of the falls and another at a midpoint (below the upper falls, and next to the lower falls). Note that there were signs posted at the trailhead that said no pets, only service dogs. That matches the info on the NPS website. I was hiking with my dog and surprised to see those, so FYI.

Tue May 21 2019

It was very nice views but definitely a tourist attraction as well. The trail itself is fenced off and to view the falls you’re standing on man made decks.

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