Here’s one way to hike it;
Start from the Falls trailhead off PA 118, and follow the path as it crisscrosses gurgling Kitchen Creek for 1.3 easy miles through a forest of 500-year-old hemlock, oak, birch, ash, and maple. At 1.8 miles, you’ll reach the confluence of Kitchen Creek’s two branches.
At Waters Meet, the streams of Ganoga Glen and Glen Leigh come crashing together in a kind of grand hydrologic theater of the woods, and hikers pause on footbridges to watch the show.
|Head up Glen Leigh Gorge to approach Adams’s falls from below.|
My photograph of Oneida Falls (above) was choose by the National Park Service for inclusion in their 2014 calendar.
If you go;
The full loop trail is over seven miles and the terrain is rocky and slippery. This trail has some very steep and difficult sections. Please be sure that you are properly prepared by being in good physical condition and by wearing sturdy hiking footwear.
As always, I'd like to offer my thanks to everyone that follows me and appreciates my work. It is your kinds words and enthusiasm that continues to inspire me. I hope my work continues to inspire you to appreciate and value the wild and scenic places that we are so blessed to have here in America.