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Somewhat rocky but not bad compatible to other trails nearby. Just under 8 miles to Delaware Water Gap town. Stopped for beer at Sycamore Grill. Recommend trail and grill. Uber back to Fox Gap $12

Nice walk in the park. My kids enjoyed the rocks and the fish pond.

Not sure why it’s so popular

We did the loop counter-clockwise so didn’t reach the rock scramble until 3 miles in. The trail, up to that point, was somewhat rocky but took us through lush forest. The real fun, if you enjoy that kind of thing, is the rock scramble which continues for about 1/3-mile. It was moderately challenging but also took us to a scenic overview.

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rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Easy quick trail with interesting rock formations, but there is no information as to how, when and why they were created. Overall, nice walk.

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private property
2 months ago

very pretty

Great trail, fantastic view, and especially nice spring where you can cool down, and drink water from the spring Perfect

This was always meant to be a place to escape everyday problems and it does wonders for me. The trails I've known since I was a kid. Wildlife can be seen sometimes. I've seen deer, turtles, The pond use to have some huge koi, bear. The place I call the fairy ring has a small well type thing with many frogs depending on time of year. I remember helping as a volunteer one year on the Tower as I call it and got to take a picture of Bill on top building it.

cool rocks

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bugs
rocky
scramble
5 months ago

Easy until the moderately challenging rock scramble. Scenic overlook at about 1.7 miles out. Wish I brought a beer. #leavenotrace

Excellent Day four and out and back. Add a mile and a half to this loop by grabbing a milkshake at Zoe’s.

A bit rocky in places but there are a few beautiful outlooks 3+ miles into the hike.

A good hike all in all. I will say that because of the ice and snow on the trail it was good to have a nice pair of waterproof boots. Once you get to the Basin make sure you pay attention to the sign so you can go around the loop. Otherwise, you’ll end up staying on the AT and add necessary or unnecessary mileage (depending on how you look at it) to the trip. The views were great once you climbed to the top of Wolf Rocks. We saw plenty of wildlife tracks in the snow which included dog, bear and what we thought might have been wolf tracks. Lastly, this trail may be ranked “easy” because of it mostly being flat terrain but just a warning to anybody hiking this in the ice and snow - moderate would be a better description.

More beauty toward the end. so stick it through. Not particularly difficult, but a bit of treking through rocks, so if you're worried about an ankle, maybe not the trail for you.

Awesome trail. Be sure to take it till the end, the final third is especially beautiful.

parked on 191 and went south to Wolf Rocks bypass...took Blue Blazes 1mile back to AT and looped....pleasant trail! decent look out on the rocks...it was wet so I moved slowly on the ridge.

Expected the trail to be a little easier, but the rocks were actually more challenging than I expected. Wife and I did it with the dogs, but had to take them off lead once we got to the rocks. I could not see how you could do those rocks with the dogs on their leads. Next will take our kids and let them try this trail, I think they will enjoy it.

Interesting place. Definitely the place to go if you want to meditate. Serene is the best description. Easy walk with the dogs. Paths well warn (if not marked) and easy to follow. It is curious how much effort has been put into the monoliths, stacked stones and small buildings throughout.

1st half of trail coming from lot on Rt 191 is very rocky and offers couple of nice lookout or open spots for view pretty early on. The remaining half of trail on top of mountain is an easy walk on old road until you start descent down Mt Minsi. The trail down/up Mt Minsi is great and does have couple lookouts. Didn't want to have to retread a section of trail if could avoid it so once I got to bottom of Mt. Minsi had looped back up to top via a connecting old road (mostly grown in with webs and all). The road/trail is marked on AllTrails map but has no name and seemed to get little to no traffic. Is the 2+ mile trail connecting Mountain Rd to Totts Gap Rd (brief hike up actual street before turns into gravel road).

was very interesting, lots of interesting rock features to see, but not a very long or strenuous walk/hike. was good because I am in recovery from foot surgery. Parking is tough not much very close to road, but the guy was asking for donations to improve so we donated.

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