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With cool weather and colorful foliage, fall is arguably the best time to go hiking. Here are five of New Jersey's best hiking trails according to TripAdvisor.
Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park in Princeton - Reviewers say this hike is easy to navigate, has beautiful scenery, and perfect for a bike or run.
Columbia Trail in High Bridge - This trail is offers shade from the sun, scenic views, and is well maintained.
Appalachian Trail - Pochuck Boardwalk in Glenwood - This path is very low impact and great for families who want a scenic stroll. The boardwalk leads to a suspension bridge and eventually takes you to Stairway to Heaven.
Buttermilk Falls in Layton - The most common complaint about this hike is that it's difficult to get to but, it's one of the tallest waterfalls in New Jersey and you've got to see it.
Delaware Water Gap in Columbia - The spectacular views of the river and valley make this hike one of the highest rated trails in the state .
Find more of New Jersey's best hiking trails here.