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Sep 05, Silver Thread Falls. This was a tall 80 ft, very narrow, chute-like waterfall that makes a very scenic plunge just before joining Dingmans Creek. Oh, what I would give to see this one in high water. After this treat, I made my way to see Dingmans Falls and was totally wowed.

This was Pennsylvania’s 2nd tallest waterfall at feet stumpcutter.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. On the eastern end are the magnificent Dingmans and Silverthread Falls. On the western end are Fulmer, Factory and Deer Leap Falls. Hike #1 ("Dingman Falls") from the book Great Hikes in the Poconos and Northeast Pennsylvania has the trail head on the western end, while hike #6 ("Dingman Falls") from the book Hike Pennsylvania begins on the. The cascade gracefully drops 80 feet through a narrow chute.

Past Silverthread Falls, the trail winds through rhododendron shrubs and by tall hemlock trees, a short distance to the waterfall. The boardwalk ends at the base of Dingmans Falls, the second highest waterfall in Pennsylvania with a plunge of feet. The Dingmans Creek Trail is an adventure. From the walking bridge over Dingmans Creek to the wooden and Trex walkways and rustic benches along the way. The Dingmans Creek Trail is a great place to get away, under a canopy of hemlock and hardwood trees.

This trail has benches at multiple locations along the trail where you can sit and enjoy. May 07, Dingmans Falls and Silverthread Falls are two of the most accessible and popular waterfalls in the Delaware Water Gap region of Pike County.

Located just off of Routethe main north-south highway through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, a short stroll along a well-maintained boardwalk offers you the chance to see two massive waterfalls without much effort at stumpcutter.buzzted Reading Time: 3 mins. Dingmans Falls is a waterfall located in Dingmans Ferry in Delaware Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania, United States near the Silverthread has a vertical drop of m ( ft). Both Silverthread Falls and Dingmans Falls are visible from a handicap-accessible trail.