Sussex Branch: Warbasse Junction to Augusta Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This section of the 20-mile Sussex Branch Trail follows the Paulins Kill, offering your dog several opportunities for a drink and a swim at each bridge crossing. This well-maintained, popular path is cool and easy on Fido’s feet.
From the southern trailhead, walk across County Route 663 and take the Paulinskill Valley Trail for 225 feet to the trail junction in the woods. This is Warbasse Junction, an old-time crossroads of two defunct railroad beds, now the Sussex Branch Trail and Paulinskill Valley Trail. Turn left onto the Sussex Branch. There is no sign here, just a wooden bench. Cross over the Kill on a wide bridge—the first of six on this hike—where Fido can take a dip in the stream."