Stony Kill Falls, Kerhonkson

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Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Stony Kill Falls is the site of one of many access points to the Delaware Aqueduct. It is located in the town of Wawarsing, on the northwestern edge of the Minnewaska Preserve on land acquired in 2001 by the State of New York, The Open Space Institute and the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference from Napanoch Sand and Gravel Company that once owned the land. Long a little known back entrance into the Minnewaska Preserve, utilized by curiosity seekers and more experienced mountaineers, as a more convenient access point to Stony Kill Falls and the accompanying creek and carriage road.
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  • After driving through a residential area, you arrive at a gate (at least in winter). Next you walk though an old quarry, past a gated water treatment area. Finally you get to the falls, which were.....  more »
  • It is an easy hike for adults or older kids. Not easy for little ones.Refreshingly cool and beautiful!  more »
  • Great place for a hike with beautiful scenery and a waterfall. Good for the family as it's not to far. I would think a wheelchair could make it to the first viewing bridge as the trail to that point is fine packed gravel and is wide enough.
  • Nice short hike to amazing water falls.

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