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Red Dot Trail

Climbing Approximately 1500 feet in about a mile gets you to a most stunning overlook of the... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2016
Lonnie L
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San Francisco, California
Hawk's Nest

Beautiful scenery overlooking the mountains and river along the lower section scenic byway. The... read more

Reviewed 15 October 2014
MenglembuMag
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New York
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Known for good paddling water, a seventy-mile stretch on the Delaware River between Hancock and Port Jervis, New York.
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17 May 2016
“Red Dot Trail”
15 Oct 2014
“Hawk's Nest”
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Reviewed 17 May 2016

Climbing Approximately 1500 feet in about a mile gets you to a most stunning overlook of the Delaware water Gap. Its a bit rugged but well worth the climb

Thank Lonnie L
Reviewed 15 October 2014

Beautiful scenery overlooking the mountains and river along the lower section scenic byway. The lower sections with the zigzag road is awesome.

Thank MenglembuMag
Reviewed 1 June 2014

If you want to discover a really scenic part of the Delaware River, head up to route 97 in New York State and travel between Port Jervis and Hancock. The section located on the lower partion of the drive is particularly appealing since it hugs...More

6  Thank Frank M
Reviewed 28 May 2013

I am a whitewater kayaker so I want to get to some of the more remote river reaches. The UDWSR is managed by the National Park Service, like the Water Gap region to the south. There are some rapids, but it is by no means...More

1  Thank 2312luke
Reviewed 21 November 2012

A great place to "put in" - that is, with a canoe or raft. Many liveries available, with great Park Rangers watching out for all. There are places on this river that also have bald eagle lookouts designated along Route 97 - and here are...More

2  Thank cpdowdell
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