Raymondskill Falls is the tallest waterfall in the entire state of Pennsylvania. Raymondskill has a series of three cascading waterfalls with a combined height of 150 feet (46m)! I had the pleasure of visiting this frozen waterfall during the winter time. This waterfall was just a short walk away from the main parking lot. Just a .30 mile hike will take you to a gorgeous three-tiered waterfall. There are platforms providing viewing areas to the falls. Pictured above and below is the upper portion of Raymondskill Falls.
The sky had just started to clear up as the sun said hello to winter’s frozen beauty.
I discovered a cool little cave on the trail with some icicles in it and just had to take a picture!
Length: 0.6 miles round trip
Raymondskill Falls is located in the northern portion of the Delaware National Water Gap Recreational Area. The parking lot is located off of Raymondskill Road which is just right off of the main road of Route 209.