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Riverwalk Trail, Point Mountain Section, Musconetcong Gorge

Started this discussion. Last reply by njHiking.com Sep 6, 2012. 2 Replies

Trail Alert, Riverwalk Trail, Point Mountain Section, Musconetcong Gorge, west of Pt. Mountain Road - trail overgrown with thorns.- My Blog:…Continue

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njHiking.com replied to Joe Mezick's discussion Riverwalk Trail, Point Mountain Section, Musconetcong Gorge
"I've added an update note on the hike page for Point Mountain, now recommending to skip that portion of the Riverwalk trail instead of suggesting it as optional. We'd originally noted it was very overgrown but it sounds like it's…"
Sep 6, 2012
Erik Fecher replied to Joe Mezick's discussion Riverwalk Trail, Point Mountain Section, Musconetcong Gorge
"Unfortunately, it seems there haven't been many takers to that side of the riverwalk so it's just been "abandoned" I've been to the park a few times this summer as I only live 5 mins away up the hill and have attempted that…"
Sep 6, 2012
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Riverwalk Trail, Point Mountain Section, Musconetcong Gorge

Trail Alert, Riverwalk Trail, Point Mountain Section, Musconetcong Gorge, west of Pt. Mountain Road - trail overgrown with thorns.- My Blog: http://zdayhikes.tumblr.com - My Photos: http://www.zdayhikes.usSee More
Aug 7, 2012
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Posted on April 15, 2012 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

An avid day hiker with 10+ years of footpath experience, averaging 3 hours on the trails per outing frequently within the Delaware River Basin and adjacent regions. The basin has hundreds of trails with a variety of terrain, the foot paths ranging from easy (smooth with gradual elevation gains) to challenging (scrambling over large rocks / boulders, with steep elevation gains).

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At 8:43pm on April 15, 2012, njHiking.com said…

Hi Joe - Welcome to the site!

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