Raymondskill Falls

Height: 150 feet
Trail Type: Dirt
Hike Distance: 0.6 miles round trip
Difficulty: 7
Beauty: 7

Overview:

Raymondskill Falls is listed as the highest waterfall in Pennsylvania even though some argue that it should at least be two separate waterfalls. Regardless, these falls are a great sight and one of several in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area if you’re in the region.

Directions:

From the intersection of US 6 and US 209 in downtown Milford, head south on US 209 for about 3 miles and turn right onto Raymondskill Road. The parking area for the falls will be 1/2 mile up the road on the left.

Hike Description:

The hike starts on the right side of the bathrooms and descends for about 500 yards to a viewing platform at the top of the falls. However, the best view continues down the mountain, turning right at a T-intersection, and going to a wooden viewing platform. Although the falls are in 3 sections, the main platform sits at the top of the bottom section of the falls, giving you only a partial view.