Thursday, February 26, 2015

TBT Hiking Post - Mt. Tammany

Today's Throwback Thursday post takes us back to our first big hike in New Jersey. We ventured to Mt. Tammany by the Delaware Water Gap. We actually did the hike last year and you can find that post here. This TBT hike takes us to the very first time we did Mt. Tammany when our eldest son was almost 1 year old.

Mt. Tammany 5/22/10 

Mt. Tammany is the 4th highest peak in New Jersey. I really enjoyed the hike as it was the first hike that reminded me of hiking back home in the Pacific Northwest. Here is Hubby and baby P at the trailhead.
View of Mt. Minsi across the way.
Family pic at the top.
Heading back down.
 Cool waterfall closer to the end of the trail.
One happy baby! He seemed to enjoy the hike as he didn't make any fuss. He always seems to be happy outdoors. :)
The hike is a total of about 3.5 miles with great views at the top. Kids enjoy it too! :)

10 comments:

  1. Looks SO beautiful and green! A color we haven't seen around here in quite awhile. Beautiful pics!

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  2. Thanks Marcia! Yes, I can't wait till it is Spring again!!

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  3. What gorgeous views for during your hike. I can't wait for Spring to arrive so that the outdoors are green again!

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  4. Thanks Kathryn! Me too! I'm so looking forward to Spring!

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  5. Very cool pics! Love the greenery! The waterfall is nice too.

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  6. EmmaLee Brown ItaliaFebruary 27, 2015 at 3:17 AM

    Can't wait to try it!

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  7. Definitely check it out if you can EmmaLee! It's a great hike!

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  8. Just stunning photo's, I LOVE THEM!!
    I might actually be visiting NJ this fall, in my mind I thought they are pretty much a city, casino's and beach I am so excited to know that I can hike when there too:)

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  9. Thanks Kristy! Cool you may be visiting NJ! Yes, there is a bit of everything just depend on what part of Jersey you will be visiting. Let me know when you go and I can do my best to give you some tips. :)

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