Hiking the Delaware Water Gap N. R. A.

We want you to enjoy the Appalachian Trail, even if you never have the chance to hike it. The people and organizations that preserve, protect and promote the AT -- and those who blog about it -- deserve our respect and attention.

Gone Hikin' is among our favorite blogs. We especially enjoyed Gone Hikin's post about the AT from Totts Gap to Wolf Rocks within Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area (DWGNRA).

The Appalachian Trail travels roughly 25 miles in DWGNRA, taking hikers to Totts Gap, PA, Mount Minsi, the town of Delaware Water Gap, Kittatinny Point and the recreation area at Stokes State Forest in New Jersey.

Nothing we could write can match the photographs taken by Gone Hikin'. Give yourself a few minutes to enjoy the AT -- wherever you are -- courtesy of Gone Hikin'.

Click Here for Gone Hikin' on the AT from Tott's Gap to Wolf Rocks


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Website for Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

Website for New Jersey State Parks & Forests

About the Author Robert Sutherland:
Robert Sutherland is a travel writer enjoying life. Robert has two adult daughters and six grandchildren.
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