Dingmans Falls

The second highest waterfall in the state of Pennsylvania with a vertical drop of 130 feet (39.6 m)! Dingmans Falls is located in the Delaware National Gap Recreation Area. With it being winter time, I was lucky to have this magical frozen waterfall all to myself!

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It was very cold out that morning. The hike was fairly short and only about 0.65 miles to the waterfall. I remember lighting up with excitement when I started to hear the roaring rush of the icy falls. I had to be careful not to slip because everything was very frozen!

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I used my Go Pro on a selfie stick to get this shot. Gives you a good view of the icy falls down below!

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Length: Around 1.3 miles round trip

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DRIVING DIRECTIONS

Dingman Falls is located 25.8 miles North of East Stroudsburg which is about a 38 minute drive. Dingman Falls is located off of Silverlake Road which takes you down a dirt road called Doodle Hollow. Dingman Falls does have a visitor center, but I was not able to visit with it being closed during the winter time.

MAP OF THE FALLS

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