Black Bear Mountain Trail is a 4.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Inlet, NY that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October.
Moderate climb from inlet
Beautiful! A lot of room up top to hang out and absorb it all!!
Beautiful View! There's 2 summits to enjoy and there both great. The yellow trail was long but a bit easy.
great hike...make sure you get to the top. the loop is the best hike so you can all views.
Beautiful fall colors! Took the blue trail up and the yellow trail down. Both trails are very well marked and maintained.
Beautiful views, loved the boulder climb at the end on the blue trail. We took the yellow trail down
We really enjoyed this hike. We took the blue trail up and yellow trail back down. My kids (4yrs and 7yrs) did great! My 4yr old hiked the entire way up but we carried her most the way down. The blue trail is def trickier with kids due to some of the "rock climbing" at the end.
long hike but nice
Great trail. Yellow trail is an easy way up. Blue is more challenging coming in from RT. 28. Family and dogs can do this trail. I would recommend staying on yellow tag trail for dogs and young ones. Great view.
Amazing views. Love this trail
We hiked the yellow trail. The beginning of the trail was wide open and easy. Last 1/2 mile a little more difficult but not bad. The first view is nice. The trail on the app did not match the actual trail so we did not have any lake views from the summit. If you look at my recorded trail just go another few tenths of a mile to see the lake views.
This was a great experience. Took my two boys, 12 and 9, to the top using both yellow and blue trails. Although it was a challenge it was worth the "team work" to get through the steep parts.