Come experience the powerful flow of the Raymondskill Creek as it cascades down the rocks in a series of beautiful waterfalls! Visitors may enjoy a hike through the cool, shaded hemlock forest as they make their way down to the creekbed itself.
The three-tiered Raymondskill Falls is the tallest waterfall in Pennsylvania. If you add the drops from each tier together, the waterfall is only a few feet shorter than Niagara Falls. While the trail is short, it is fairly step and uneven. The upper viewing area provides a view of the upper pool and the top of one of the drops. The lower viewing area provides a great photo opportunity of the falls. A spur off the main trails provides a quarter-mile, one-way walk to Raymondskill Creek (this trail does not lead to the bottom of the falls).
This trail is typically busy during weekends in the summertime. It is especially busy during holiday weekends. The waterfall overlooks at the top are the most popular. However, a less busy section of the trail does continue down to the creekbed through a shaded forest.