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    Musconetcong Branch and Railroad Trail Red Blaze

    Holland Township, New Jersey
    Distance0.7mi
    Elevation Gain68ft
    Trailhead Elevation302ft
    Top339ft
    Elevation Min/Max299/339ft
    Elevation Start/End302/302ft

    Musconetcong Branch and Railroad Trail Red Blaze

    Musconetcong Branch & Railroad Trail (Red Blaze) is a hiking trail in Holland Township, New Jersey. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 302 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 68 feet. Along the trail there is a wetland. This trail connects with the following: Railroad Trail (Red Blaze).
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    Bethlehem, PA
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    11/13/2016
    Starts on the side of a hill. A bit slippery and rocky path until you cross the river. Not recommended for strollers or people with difficulty walking. Breathtaking surrounding.
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    AMC's Best Day Hikes Near Philadelphia (Appalachian Mountain Club Books)
    Susan Charkes
    "This hike is short in length but rich in challenges and interest. Its rugged terrain includes paths along rocky ravines and waterfalls. It provides views of the Kittatinny Ridge and glimpses of the Musconetcong River. The historical industrial context evident along the route adds an extra dimension." Read more
    "This hike is beautiful. It may confuse you and kick your butt, but it is well worth it. The scenery is amazing and the hills challenging. The best time to go might be on a foggy day, when you’ll feel like you’re in a magical place. One of the best things about this hike is that the trails are only open to foot traffic. After hiking for a few minutes, you’ll begin to climb steadily. Again, keep an eye out for large rocks, take your time, and watch your footing. After some rolling hills, you’ll hear the running water of the creek and waterfall below." Read more

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