Waterfall Wednesday: Dingmans Falls, Pennsylvania

Ellen Matis

via pickselated / Jim on Flicr.

Each week, Recreation News takes you to a new waterfall in the Mid-Atlantic. This week, see Dingmans Falls in Pennsylvania.

State: 
Pennsylvania

via Doug Kerr on Flickr.

Location: Dingmans Ferry, Delaware Township

Height: 130 feet

Dingmans Falls is the second highest waterfall in the state of Pennsylvania, easily accessible.

How to get there:

A flat boardwalk trail goes through a a hemlock ravine. Almost immediately on the trail you’ll find Silverthread Falls. The boardwalk continues and ends at the base of Dingmans Falls. The final tenth of a mile is a staircase that leads to a birds-eye view from the upper falls.

A note: Dogs and other pets are not permitted at this park; nor is fishing or swimming.

While you’re there:

The Delaware Water Gap is home to a host of beautiful hiking trails. See a full list here.

More from Waterfall Wednesday:

Crabtree Falls, Montebello, Va.

Cucumber Falls, Ohiopyle, Pa.

Dark Hallow Falls, Shenandoah National Park, Va.

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