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This place is to die for with a lot of different trails- easy and hard- to get to the water fall.... although they have the water fall fenced off you can still get down there. Highly recommended!!!! I like hiking and this was definitely worth...More
Wow... Moderate- difficult, 8 mile hike through old growth forest and hemlocks. Lots of switch backs, elevation gain 1,440 ft. Travel along the railroad track til you come to a depot with an American flag. Open the box inside, you can add something to leave...More
The three trails...red, blue, and green all lead to the excellent view of the falls. The one mile round trip is worth the effort.....and the trails are pretty clear. Be careful of the tree roots that can be slippery when wet.
This is the trail to take your friends on who can't quite tackle the Kaaterskill Falls hike. The paths are well marked and well maintained taking you to a lookout across from the Falls. Try to ignore the random refuse (the villagers across the stream...More
Walk to a view of the waterfall took about 20 minutes. Just moderately uphill and a clear path the whole way. (The waterfall was going strong when Kaaterskill Falls the day before was just a trickle.) Then another 15 minutes to circle back on the...More
We hiked to this beautiful waterfall, the largest in the county at 150 feet tall. It was beautiful and the trail was woody and cool. Lots of folks were diving and swimming in the falls. Great way to experience natures glory!
We stumbled upon this trail from a Trip Advisor review! (Thank goodness for Trip Advisor!) We were so glad to make this hike. We had done some pretty intense hiking throughout the week and wanted something that was a little easier. This hike was perfect....More