Interested in a 3.6 mile loop hike that features 16, count ’em, SIXTEEN (spelled out for emphasis) waterfalls? You bet your bottom dollar!
Introducing the Falls Trail of Ricketts Glen State Park in historically renowned and GORGEous Pennsylvania. This hike, while short in length, is rather strenuous as it requires a lot of rocky clambering down Ganoga Glen followed by the climb up Glen Leigh.
I would recommend this hike during springtime during snowmelt or after heavy rainfall so the waterfalls do not disappoint your eager eyes. Also keep in mind the rocks are slippery and steep so proper footwear is, of course, necessary. No flippy-floppies, people!
So if you’re interested in a new area to explore that is close to both the New York and Philadelphia Metro areas, Ricketts Glen will not disappoint!
For a closer look at this superb trail, go ahead and take the virtual hike in the Unboring Exploring video below: