Dingmans Falls is the second highest waterfall in the state, with a plunge of 130 feet.Starting at the on-site visitors center, the flat boardwalk trail to Dingmans Falls meanders through a beautiful hemlock ravine. Almost immediately after starting the trail, Silverthread Falls can be seen on the right. The cascade gracefully drops 80 feet in a thin ribbon through a narrow geometric chute. The boardwalk winds through rhododendron shrubs and past tall hemlock trees on a brief walk to the waterfall. The boardwalk ends at the base of Dingmans Falls, the second highest waterfall in Pennsylvania. View the falls from the platform or trek the final tenth of a mile via staircase for a birds-eye view from the upper falls.