Salt & Pilpel

Connecting Jewish Americans and Israelis in North NJ

A boardwalk and a bridge in Vernon Township, NJ October 4, 2010


The mile-long boardwalk, with its 110- foot long wooden suspension bridge forms a section of the Appalachian Scenic Trail, between the Pochuck and Wawayanda Mountains is a beautiful hike .

It is a beautiful marshy bog of tall grasses, bushes, wild flowers and the state’s largest concentration of cattails, surrounded by a hardwood and evergreen forest. It is a habitat for a variety of native and endangered species.

For more information: http://www.nynjtc.org/press/2002/pochuck-facts.html

Here are some photos from our visit:

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