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Mt. Tammany - Delaware Water Gap

Columbia, NJ

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Mt. Tammany - Delaware Water Gap is a 3.4 mile loop trail located near Columbia, New Jersey that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for camping, hiking & walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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Columbia Trail - Long Valley to High Bridge
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Nice long trail along what used to be railroad tracks, easy parking in the center of long valley, on Bartley Rd, or in high bridge. Not much elevation changes until you get closer to high bridge.

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Schooley's Mountain: Boulder Gorge Loop Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

we were not able to find the parking lot and the GPS took us to the other end of the park. we started of from patriots trails cfrom Fairview Ave, merged with Great Loop Trail and then eventually ended up at the waterfall. took the same path back to the parking loo it at Fairview Ave. It was good hike and very few people around. good for ones who like to be secluded and peaceful. I would recommend of you to do a sweet short hike in quick time.

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Schooleys Mountain Park Trails
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

This is a great park that is rarely crowded. There's a wide varity of trail typs and some awsome waterfalls.

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Schooleys Mountain Park Trails
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4 Completed 5 Reviews

Not real rock climbing but too my son and his bud's (8 year olds) and let them climb the rocks along the river. Fun time, nice Park. Topped it off with Dairy Queen about 10 minutes away on Route 57 in Hackettstown

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Schooley's Mountain: Boulder Gorge Loop Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

This is a really nice trail to spend the afternoon on, with overlook views, waterfalls, and a lake to walk past. Lots of benches in the woods to sit and rest once in awhile. I went in at Langdon Palmer Fishing Access Area, and took the trial on the left which was the White trail, which takes you to a nice scenic vista on top of the mountain. Then I connected with Blue trail for the water fall and followed it to the lake and then got on the grand loop trial too bee line which is back where I started at Langdon Palmer Fishing Access Area. Here is a map http://www.morrisparks.net/maps/HiRes/Schooleys.jpg

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Schooley's Mountain: Boulder Gorge Loop Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

wonderful trail! I will definitely return. the falls were beautiful and the paths were well groomed. The parking lot was hard to find and some of the paths were difficult to find, but with a little adventure you will find your way!

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Hacklebarney Loop, NJ
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31 Completed 23 Reviews

Not a big fan of Hacklebarney State Park. For whatever reason it feels crammed into a ravine and very limited. If your just looking for a light day of strolling then this is a good place. Do not expect to do any heavy hiking here but none the less it's worth a visit!

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Hacklebarney Loop, NJ
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

This was my first time to visit this park. It was about 10 minutes away from Rt. 78 exit. I arrived at 11am on Columbus Day and there were plenty of parking spots. The trails were well marked. I started from red trail. It was by the water and such a beautiful view. After a little bit if white, I took yellow trail. The beginning of that trail was rocked walk and turned into a narrow slope walking up a while. Then it became a comfortable wide trail. It merged with white and took me all the way to the parking lot. This became one of my favorite local spot!

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Schooleys Mountain Park Trails
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

I absolutely love Hiking here. it is gorgeous, especially in the summer when the waterfalls are flowing fast. It's relaxing, and just difficult enough but comfortable to enjoy and not be out of breath. I was able to bring food and picnic on the rocks next to the waterfalls, so relaxing feeling the breeze come off the rocks. The trails are well marked, and the view at the top of the mountain was beautiful.

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Hacklebarney Loop, NJ
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16 Completed 3 Reviews

Great short easy trail! Followed the red trail down by the river, lots of places to stop and take pictures. Some nice waterfalls along the way. Some of the trail is gravel, some dirt and a few spots with rocks and exposed roots. The red trail ends and then turned on the white trail to loop back to parking lot. This would be good area to take kids and dogs, also there were a few bathrooms along the way which is unusual.

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