Glen Onoko Falls
It starts with a graffiti covered bridge.
They certainly know how to scare you. i think there were at least 8 signs of danger and impending death on the way and during the hike. It's no joke.
I would like to thank the awesome, super hippy dude who not only offered to take a photo of us, and moved down the mountain a little to get a really good angle, but most importantly told us about the path that continues down a much easier path. At the top, don't turn around and go back down the way you came up, that's absurd and it's way too steep. There is another path down which is much easier. We came up on the opposite side somehow so were having a hard time finding it, and luckily another group of guys hiking helped us find it.
The hike is close to the town of Jim Thorpe.
Even the ceiling was cool. And we were entertained by a semi crazy woman trying to pick up a dude at the bar. Watching it unfold from "cool shirt" (he was wearing a CBGBs shirt) to her assuming (incorrectly) that he was buying her drinks was almost better than the falls.
What are some of your favorite hikes and bar stories?