Pyramid Mountain Loop Trail is a 4.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Boonton, New Jersey that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Take I287 south to exit 45 for route 202 to main st. Make a right on Boonton Ave to the visitor cent 0.7 miles north of Taylortown road.
it was a great trail with many scenic views of NY State and many rock formations. Somewhat challenging but not impossible.
Best hike earlier then I thought & great views
Some interesting rock formations and a couple of decent views. Lots of rocks on the trail. Bushwacking is discouraged here.
This is a pretty nice trail that quickly leaves the large (apx 25 cars) parking lot behind and begins a short climb along the blue trail. I stayed on blue until it intersected with the white trail, then took that until it looped back and rejoined blue.
There are a couple of short but fun climbs, and a few very short rock ledges (Lucy's Overlook). Personally, I prefer more secluded trails but It's a pretty area with lots of dog walkers and families that's worth giving a try. While you're there, be sure to check out the visitor center.
Clearly marked trails, diverse terrain, nice views, perfect length...I highly recommend this trail. Some steep inclines but very fun to do.
The 5+ mile loop is a great diverse hike. Lots of elevation changes, vistas, rock formations, terrain and color changes. Several options to extend or alter your route along the way.
Good trails, but got lost and had to run 1.5miles up the main road to get back to our car. Bring a map
trails are hard to follow. remember to take map. i did a 5 mile loop and the best thing i saw was tripod rock. no views