Chasing waterfalls is a natural pastime for Pennsylvanians. After all, we have hundreds of named and unnamed waterfalls in all corners of the state – from the 21 named falls at Ricketts Glen State Park to Dingman Falls, the state’s tallest cascade. The Audubon Loop Trail in Pennsylvania leads to a smattering of crystal-clear waterfalls and natural pools, offering a picturesque adventure all year round.

Have you ever hiked the Audubon Loop Trail in Pennsylvania? Do you have any advice for others who want to hike it? Share your experience in the comments! For perhaps the most beautiful hike in Pennsylvania, set off on Tank Hollow Trail in Jim Thorpe.

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