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Backpacker Magazine – January 2014
Take in a beautiful waterfall in Pennsylvania, spend the night in of New York's iconic mountain huts, and take a day trip out of NYC.
There are two ways to reach the state’s second highest waterfall: The easier, busier way, via the .8-mile boardwalk from Dingmans Creek Visitor Center, or the more scenic 3-mile (one way) route following the namesake creek’s meander from the trailhead at US 209 and Johnny Bee Road. Bobby Krout suggests packing a fly rod to try for brown trout and brookies en route to the 130-foot splash down. Contact (570) 588-2452; Website