Karamac-Dunnfield Creek Loop Trail
The southern section (about 3/4 mile) is in Worthington State Forest and begins at the traffic light on Old Mine Road This first mile follows a flat abandoned railbed and leads to a good view of the mouth of Broadhead Creek across the Delaware River at a set of railroad bridge piers. It is an easy trail, but can be damp underfoot after rainfalls.
The rugged north end (about 1/4 mile) of the trail is in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. It follows the river briefly on a narrow footpath to a view of the river at a cement embankment at riverside. The trail then climbs 200 ft. in 2/10 of a mile up the slope of the riverbank. (These were the grounds of the old Karamac Hotel), to end at Karamac and Farview parking areas on Old Mine Road. This end of the trail is far steeper and rockier than the southern end.