I found a picture of St. Anthony’s Nose at Gollub Park online; it took quite a bit of searching to determine exactly where it was and how to get there. One day after work I scoped it out, and hiked it a few weeks later.Hike 44 stats:
Date: November 3, 2016
Distance: 1.9 miles
Total Ascent: 198′
Highlights: St. Anthony’s Nose
I parked the Jeep at the trailhead, and started walking down the private road towards the trail. It’s very easy to find the path into the woods; the hike itself isn’t very challenging at all, but the view is worth the hike out.
After checking out the views on the cliffy edge, I continued down the trail for a bit before turning back. I was hiking after work, and my light was dwindling.
The views from the cliff are great, and totally worth checking out if you’re in the Easton, PA area, but I wouldn’t travel too far just for this as the hike itself isn’t much more than a leisurely walk in the woods.