Pennsylvania Hiking, Nature July 23, 2017
The Hiking Trail Hiding In Pennsylvania That Will Transport You To Another World
With its raw natural beauty, Pennsylvania provides the ideal setting for exploration on foot, by bike, and on horseback. Pack your backpack with plenty of water. Charge your smartphone. And, discover the hiking trail in Pennsylvania that will transport you to another world.
Nestled in the epic 13,050 acre Ricketts Glen State Park, Falls Trail promises breathtaking beauty over just about every inch of its 7.2 miles.
The highlight of the loop trail is, of course, the 21 waterfalls you will pass on your journey. (Ricketts Glen State Park is home to 22 named waterfalls.)
Wear sturdy boots rather than shoes to explore the trail that features some challenges, such as slippery surfaces and some steep areas.
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) warns all hikers to remain on the trail to avoid causing damage to the area and to prevent getting lost.
Drink in the spellbinding beauty of the 21 waterfalls along the trail, including the 94 foot Ganoga Falls, the largest waterfall in the park.
Cross picturesque bridges and...
Climb stairs that provide a bird's eye view of the gushing waterfalls.
Snap photos, as you listen to the rush of the water, of the jaw dropping Wyandot Falls or...
Admire the scenery of Onedia Falls, which stands at a mere 13 feet.
Plan your hike along Falls Trail before winter dawns and the trail closes for the season. Only seasoned, prepared hikers and ice climbers are permitted to hike Falls Trail during the winter months.
Ricketts Glen State Park
695 State Route 487
Benton, PA 17814
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Embark on this jaw dropping hike in Pennsylvania for a truly