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Old Jul 7, 2011, 11:13 AM   #21
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Great looking shots! We've been to nearby Raymondskill Falls but not to Bushkill Falls which from what we're told is the more major attraction there. One of these days we will. Nice of you to stop by my neck of the woods.
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Thanks vvcarpio! It was PACKED with people! Even in the rain! We were going to visit Raymondskill Falls and Dingmans Falls but thought it would be easier to hike at Bushkill Falls. Is it difficult for newbies to hike Raymondskill and Dingman's Falls? Are the trails marked? I also want to visit Child's Park but it's closed till 2012 according their web site

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Old Jul 7, 2011, 12:45 PM   #23
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Raymondskill Falls is very easy to get to. From the parking lot it's probable less than half-a-mile hike -- really a short walk. The hike's going down, though, in uneven steps (like any other hike) so I imagine might be slippery if raining.
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Cool! Sounds like us newbies can handle some uneven steps Thanks vvcarpio!


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Raymondskill Falls is very easy to get to. From the parking lot it's probable less than half-a-mile hike -- really a short walk. The hike's going down, though, in uneven steps (like any other hike) so I imagine might be slippery if raining.
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