Just beyond the Quacken Kill, and 1.5 miles from Route 2, the Gartler Trail ends at seasonal Johnson Road. This gravel road offers plenty of access to the Dunham Reservoir, which sits on the south side of the road.
The Double Bit Path runs south for just over 1.6 miles along the west side of the Reservoir.
Just below the spillway, the water comes crashing down as the reformation of the Quacken Kill.
The water below the spillway was running extremely high and was quite dangerous to cross. I had to follow the creek downstream quite a way, before I could find a safe crossing. Once across the creek, I continued south in search of the trail. I couldn't find it, so I just continued on to Dunham Reservoir Road at the south end of the Reservoir. There are a few pull offs along the road, each with fine views and small picnic spots. Here's a view back at the earthen dam and pump house.