Skinny Dip Falls Trail is a 0. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips and is best used from June until August. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. This trail is right next to the start of the overland trail.
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Skinny Dip Falls - See Swim
This moderate, short hike takes you to an appealing waterfall and swimming hole on the Yellowstone Prong of the Big East Fork of the Pigeon River. It makes a great summer swimming destination, a great way to stretch your legs if you're traveling the parkway, and a great place for photographers - both for the falls and forest scenes and wildflowers on the way down. If you're feeling hoppy, this would make the start of a more strenuous trek into Graveyard Fields. Difficulty Rating: 1. Trails Used: Mountains to Sea Section 2.
Skinny Dip Falls Trail
April 22, by newyorkoutdoors. One, but not the only, Skinny Dip Falls lured us westward on a warm summer day. This one was a designated nudist area. We parked at the end of Taylor Road and walked the winding, steep, rutted old road for the remaining 0. Before us flowed a shallow creek of crystal clear water over exposed rock and shale ledges.
Skinny Dip Falls is a feature along Chautauqua Creek which takes its name from an established nudist bathing area. The falls are only about feet tall and thus do not meet the standard requirements for this database, but the name has been in colloquial usage for some time so the entry will remain for disambiguation purposes. Skinny Dip Falls is the Colloquial name of this waterfall. The information presented in this table is meant to help identify and clarify the physical aspects of the waterfall for comparative purposes.