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Gillette, New Jersey

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  • Tuxedo Park, New York

    Backpack Harriman State Park

    4.5
    18 mi / 1200 ft gain
    While the first day is a bit longer and less exciting in terms of frequent landmarks, its a relaxing hike through rocky, wooded, forest among bountiful blueberry bushes and the occasional raspberry bush. Enjoy the isolation on this leg. The second day is packed with frequent and beautiful landmar...
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  • Warwick, New York

    Enjoy a Film at the Historic Warwick Drive-In

    Take a trip back in time at the Warwick Drive-In and watch a feature film on the big screen. The Drive-In shows movies just in theaters and older films with three different screens / options to chose from. The theater sells tickets for both one movie and for double features, i.e. watch two movies...
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  • Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania

    Kayak/Camp in the Delaware Water Gap

    5.0
    26 mi
    Take a multi-day kayak or canoe trip in the Delaware Water Gap! Starting at the launch area at Milford Beach, you can kayak downstream in remote waters for 12-13 miles before you reach campsites for your first night of camping on the water. The next day, you can kayak about 6-7 more miles before ...
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  • Columbia, New Jersey

    Hike the Mount Mohican-Raccoon Ridge Traverse

    7.5 mi / 1500 ft gain
    This point to point hike can be done in either direction. There is parking at the entrance to Worthington Campground. Cross Old Mine Road and start up the Garvey Spring Trail (orange markers). The trail passes Laurel Falls on the right then ascends steeply until you reach an old forest road.  The...
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  • Langhorne, Pennsylvania

    Mountain Bike at Core Creek Park

    3 mi
    A well-kept mountain biking trail right in Core Creek Park! The trail can easily be ridden by beginners, although there are several parts with lots of roots and/or logs where beginners may want to carry bikes over rather than riding.  You can access the trail by using the entrance to Core Creek P...
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  • Frankford, New Jersey

    Picnic at the Sunrise Mountain Pavilion

    This pavilion is one of the key features along the New Jersey section of the Appalachian Trail. There is a parking lot a very short hike part way down the mountain, but I recommend backpacking in from a different area to take in more of the beauty of the trail, mountains, and views in this area. ...
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  • Columbia, New Jersey

    Hike Mount Tammany's Red Dot and Blue Dot Loop

    4.5
    3.3 mi / 1197 ft gain
    Mount Tammany located in the Delaware Water Gap is a very exciting hike. Short in length but with steep, rocky uphill portions this becomes more of a challenging trek. This hike allows for amazing views of the Delaware River, Route 80, and Mount Minsi on the other side. The summit makes for an aw...
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  • Columbia, New Jersey

    Hike Mt. Tammany via Red Dot Trail

    4.6
    2.3 mi / 1115 ft gain
    This is a short but strenuous hike to a bluff overlooking the Delaware River and surrounding mountains and hills. The summit makes a good spot for a picnic or just for relaxing and watching the sunset. The entire hike also has plenty of beautiful photo ops, especially in the Fall. Find the trailh...
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  • Columbia, New Jersey

    Hike to Sunfish Pond

    4.5
    7.9 mi / 1150 ft gain
    At the end of the parking lot, cross over the bridge and follow the Appalachian Trail (AT, white blazes) to a V-intersection. Turn right onto Dunnfield Creek Trail (green blazes), which will take you past a few cascades and up to Sunfish Pond. Relax and eat lunch at the pond. When you're ready, t...
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  • Hardwick Township, New Jersey

    Sunfish Pond via Red Dot, Tammany Fire Road, Turquoise and Dunnfield Creek Trail

    5.0
    10.54 mi / 1434 ft gain
    Sunfish Pond via Red Dot, Tammany Fire Road, Turquoise and Dunnfield Creek Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Pahaquarry, New Jersey.
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  • Newtown, Pennsylvania

    Canoe Neshaminy Creek at Tyler State Park

    1 mi
    Enjoy a peaceful paddle on Neshaminy Creek by canoe in Tyler State Park. The park is in a beautiful part of Bucks County and also offers paved and unpaved trails for running and bike riding, an extensive disc golf course, swimming in the creek, and picnic areas. It is likely that you will see a h...
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  • Langhorne, Pennsylvania

    Kayak at Core Creek Park

    Kayak on Lake Luxembourg at Core Creek Park! It's a beautiful and quiet lake with serene views of the forest and park. You can rent boats and water bikes at the park, or bring your own, and launch directly onto the lake. To access the Lake, use the entrance to Core Creek Park on Bridgetown Pike. ...
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  • Lehman township, Pennsylvania

    Hike to Hornbeck's Creek Waterfall

    4.3
    1.2 mi
    GPS Coordinates: 41.187148,-74.885454Driving Directions: From 209, enter into the Delaware Water Gap and in between the 10 and 11 mile markers you will see a sign for Hornbecks Creek with a gravel road adjacent to it. Follow the road back until you reach the parking lot and the trail will be to t...
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  • Bangor, Pennsylvania

    Hike Mount Minsi

    3.6
    This is a great 5.5 mile hike at the Delaware Water Gap. You follow the Appalachian Trail the entire time (white marked trail) as it climbs to the top on Mt Minsi. There are multiple viewpoints on your way up that provide a great view of the water gap as well as some very picturesque trail points...
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  • Bushkill, Pennsylvania

    Bushkill Falls Loop

    3.8
    1.89 mi / 331 ft gain
    Bushkill Falls offers visitors a choice of 4 different trails to explore. All trails are very well maintained, making this trip safe for the whole family. The most rewarding trail is the Red Trail. This route brings you to all 8 of Bushkill's waterfalls. Taking the trail counter-clockwise, you w...
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  • Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania

    Hike to Indian Ladder Falls Along Hornbecks Creek

    3.5
    2 mi / 400 ft gain
    For some time, the trail was eroded above the first falls on Hornbecks Creek, not allowing hikers to access the creek's upper falls if they were coming upstream from Route 209. I am writing this in June 2017 and that is no longer the case! You can hike from Rt. 209 all the way up the creek to Eme...
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