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Dingmans Falls is PA highest waterfall and is an even more impressive sight frozen. This is located in the mists of the Delaware Water Gap and is near another ice climbing destination, Silverthread Falls.
From Dingmans Ferry ( Intersection of PA-739 and US-209) go south on US-209 for 0.2 miles. Turn right onto Johnny Bee Mountain Road. From here the road forks, go left at the fork and travel another 0.5 miles from to the visitor center. This is considered to be the access road. This road maybe closed from time to time in the winter. If it is you just have to park at the gate and walk up the access road 0.5 miles to the visitor center.
To see if the access road is open you can call 570-588-2435. They will be able to tell you if it is open and if people have been climbing there. National Park Service website
Weather station 2.3 miles from here
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Dingmans Falls is PA highest waterfall and is an even more impressive sight frozen. This is located in the mists of the Delaware Water Gap and is near Silver Threadfalls. This climb needs some extened cold to come because of the huge amount of water flow. Normally you will want to climb on either the right or left sides, the middle isn't always very solid. You can walk up to the top via the board walk and drop a top-rope, this also serves as a convent walk off. The crux of the climb is going to ...[more] Browse More Classics in PA
By Justin Johnsen
From: Sacramento, CA
Nov 13, 2013
Ben, FYI, I pulled your description from the Dingmans Falls route and put it here to help organize for MP users. I made you the owner, so your work stays intact. Thanks for sharing.
By Hunter Creed
From: Annapolis, Maryland
Dec 10, 2014
How are conditions on Dingmans Falls looking so far this year??