Anthony's Nose Trail

HARD 106 reviews
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Anthony's Nose Trail is a 7.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Cortlandt, NY that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

7.7 miles 2339 feet Out & Back

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

hiking

walking

forest

river

views

scramble

From NYC take the palisades interstate parkway north for approximately 40 miles until its end at the Bear Mountain Bridge. Take a left at the end of the bridge. Approximately .2 miles down the road is a small turn off on the side of the road with enough space for 3 cars.


1 day ago

awesome trail the beginning will test you but then it's smooth sailing as it flattens out if your reading this do it !!!!!


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1 month ago

hiking

This trail was amazing. Some steep parts going up but once you reach the top the views are amazing and worth the climb. Park on side of road by bear mountain bridge and follow the trail with white markers up to the top.


1 month ago

hiking

This trail was pretty good I started off following the blue markers and that trail was very steep so I switched to the white markers which were so much easier especially since I am a beginner loved it and once I made it to the top it was amazing.


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1 month ago

Incredible views


1 month ago

hiking

The views are incredible !!!


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hiking


1 month ago

hiking

I loved this trial however, be sure to follow the BLUE trail not the white. My boyfriend and I made a wrong turn and ended up hiking for 41/2 hours.
Still loved it!


1 month ago

Great butt workout! The ascent to Anthony's Nose is relatively quick. Continuing on the blue trail all the way to the end of Camp Smith Trail takes some endurance. But a good hike - my body was tired by the end. Walked to Peekskill afterward (about 45 min walk from end of trail) and had a beer at Peekskill Brewery. Took Metro North back from there.


1 month ago

Awesome view from the top


1 month ago

great experience!!!


1 month ago

hiking

quick hike up (approx. 40-45 minutes) and down (approx. 40 minutes). great views and multiple vista points.


2 months ago

hiking

Great for a quick family hike. Great view.


2 months ago