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Sunfish Pond Professional Review and Guide
"A loop around the lake provides access to several excellent places to have a picnic or a long break. The descent for this hike along the Dunn?eld Creek Trail passes through a remarkable hemlock- and rhododendron-?lled gorge carved through the uplifted layers of sandstone and quartzite that form Kittatinny Mountain. Due to its 9.6-mile length, plan on a full day out and a lot of varied scenery.Follow the trail out of the back of the parking lot, passing the sign for the A.T. and the Dunnfield Creek Natural Area. Cross the creek over a footbridge, and begin climbing along the north side of the creek. At 0.4 mile, the blue-blazed Dunnfield Creek Trail diverges to the right, descending to the level of the creek."
--Matt Willen, Best Hikes of the Appalachian Trail Mid-Atlantic (Menasha Ridge Press).
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