Hikers Of All Ages Can Explore Ice Caves On This Easy Loop Trail In New Jersey

Some trails are good for avid hiking enthusiasts, and some trails are meant for, well, not-so-avid hiking enthusiasts. But that doesn’t mean a trail isn’t good or exciting if it’s an easier one – it can still surprise you with certain features.

One such trail is the Warren-Highlands Trail to the Marble Ice Cave, located near Phillipsburg, New Jersey. This is not a long or difficult hike, but it is still an incredibly beautiful trek through the forest. There’s a gorgeous river to pause and reflect at, a lot of bird-watching opportunities, and best of all, an ice cave. And it’s good for all ages!

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Things to keep in mind: The trail is best used from March until October, it can get a little slippery at certain points, and finding the entrance can be a tad difficult, according to AllTrails reviewers. Be prepared!