Our spring hiking so far was getting tripped up by weather, weekend obligations, and a vacation spent tooling around the Yucatan in Mexico (where the vast, flat expanses of trees reminded us of Jersey's Pinelands!).
Finally we got some time free, and with some recent rain decided on two hikes with plenty of waterfall action. First up, a quick 2.0 miles at Tillman Ravine, followed by 6.9 miles at Millbrook - Van Campens Glen.
Tillman Ravine is flat out gorgeous and is an easy, short hike with a rushing stream, and plenty of water cascades. There is a unmarked path that leads to Walpack Cemetery, where the gravestones date to the 1800's.
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After Tillmans, we drove to Millbrook Village. This hike starts at historic Millbrook Village and mostly follows woods roads. Get a peek at the Delaware River from atop a bluff, walk past houses abandoned because of the Tocks Island Dam project, and take a brief side trail to tiny DePue Cemetery. Then hike through Van Campens Glen - a shady, rocky (and popular) path next to a stream and waterfall.
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