With three cascading tiers that together come just a few feet shy of the height of Niagara Falls, the Delaware National Water Gap’s Raymondskill Falls holds the title of the tallest waterfall in the state!
“Raymondskill Falls is a series of three cascading waterfalls located on Raymondskill Creek. It has two viewing platforms: one near the head of the falls and one at a large step that divides the upper two drops from the lower.” Source: Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau
About Raymondskill Creek Trail:
“While the trail is short, it is fairly steep and uneven. The upper viewing area provides a view of the upper pool and the top of one of the drops. The lower viewing area provides a great photo opportunity of the falls. A spur off the main trails provides a quarter-mile, one-way walk to Raymondskill Creek (this trail does not lead to the bottom of the falls).” Source: National Park Service