Pennsylvanians are certainly no strangers to waterfalls. After all, we’ve got several hundred of them in all corners of the state – from Raymondskill Falls, the tallest, to the 21 cascades that dot the Falls Trail at Ricketts Glen State Park. A few hours chasing waterfalls is time well spent. Next time you’re in the Poconos, spend an epic day exploring these eight waterfalls in Pennsylvania – they’re all located in the same park and easily viewable along a single trail. Don’t forget your camera on this adventure in Pennsylvania.

What are your favorite waterfalls in Pennsylvania? Have you been to Bushkill Falls? What did you think? Let us know in the comments! There’s really no bad time to chase waterfalls, is there?  However, these seven Pennsylvania waterfalls are the most powerful during the springtime.

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Are there any more clustered waterfalls in Pennsylvania?

If you want to see a bunch of waterfalls in Pennsylvania all clustered in one area, you’re in luck. You can, of course, visit Bushkill Falls. However, if you’re up for a bit of a challenge, make your way to Ricketts Glen State Park. It is home to the Falls Trail, an epic 7.2-mile trail that leads to 21 named waterfalls. The tallest, and perhaps most majestic, is the 94-foot Ganoga Falls. Like Bushkill Falls, Falls Trail is closed during the winter. However, you can see most of the waterfalls along the less-strenuous 3.2-mile Highland Loop Trail.

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