Length: 0.4 mile, one-way
This flat boardwalk trail meanders gently through a pristine hemlock ravine. Almost immediately after starting the trail, Silverthread Falls gracefully drops 80 feet in a thin ribbon of water through a narrow geometric chute. The boardwalk winds through dense rhododendron shrubs, past tall hemlock with dense canopy, and the sound of a powerful waterfall just around the corner. The boardwalk ends at the base of Dingmans Falls, the second highest waterfall in Pennsylvania. The final tenth of a mile is a staircase that leads to a birds-eye view from the upper falls.
Other Information: the trail is accessible to the base of Dingmans Fall (0.3 mile, one-way); restroom located at trailhead
Last updated: July 25, 2019