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trail locations for Long Valley, New Jersey

Fun, easy, great scenery.

We did not do the falls, rather using this map parked in lot on Fairview and hiked up to see the view. It was beautiful and although difficult in some spots for my younger son (9), a fun, short hike. Took us about an hour.

Fiance and I went for a Sunday Morning Hike and it was nice and relaxing. we loved it.

2 months ago

Decent overlook spot especially to see foliage. Good 2hr hike with the kids

makes for a great short day hike with some pretty views and a few parts of the trail that are a little technical.

Very nice hike.

Did 3.6 miles of trails with my daughter and lab buster brown. A little slick down by the stream after the rain this weekend, good walk, very few people out on the trails. Good morning hike.

3 months ago

Great hike.

I've been coming here for over 20 years as it's tradition to hike here with the family every fall. We have some older members that join us (mid-70's), and they aren't fatigued at all when complete with the trail. It's an easy hike, and it's especially beautiful if you hit it during the fall season. Also, if you're interested, down the road is a small place called the Cider Mill. They're only open from September-November (Thanksgiving), but their apple cider and cider donuts are phenomenal. Stop there, and snack on the donuts and cider during the hike, and voilà! A beautiful day indeed!

Good trail, pretty well marked. Had a great day hiking!

Nice hike this morning. A little bit of everything... hiking, light climbing, hills, all along the Lamington river.

It was a bit boring for me, but next time I will do all the trails within the trail system and I'm sure it will be better. Great for kids.

Great scenes and a nice view of the town from 900 feet up. Most of the trails are clearly labeled and have a fun mix of rocky and flat terrain.

Different portions of this trail are very different. The section along the stream is quite rocky and involves some scrambles over rocks and fallen trees. It basically follows the white on the hill or the blue along the stream. The other half follows the yellow grand loop trail and the beeline trail. That portion is generally wider, less steep, and less rocky.

Great family hike. Did it with wife, 8 yo, 6 yo and 2.5 yo kids