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Pine Meadow Lake Loop Trail

MITTELSCHWER 182 Bewertungen
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Pine Meadow Lake Loop Trail ist ein 5.5 Meilen langer, moderat besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Pomona, New York. Er führt entlang eines Sees, durch schönen Wald und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke als moderat einzustufen. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist am besten von März bis Oktober zugänglich. Hunde sind erlaubt, müssen allerdings an der Leine gehalten werden.

Entfernung: 5.5 miles Höhenunterschied: 1,036 feet Routentyp: Rundweg

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Park at the Ramapo Equestrian Center. You can find the trail at the end of the parking lot on the left, just past the horse corral. There is no sign. A few minutes into the hike you will be on a wide path under power lines. You will need to take a left at the large boulder. Again, there is no sign or trail marker.

wandern
15 days ago

Decent trail , rocky with decent elevation ascent . Best info I can offer is take the red square trail that starts behind the stables and stay on it all the way to lake (counter clockwise ) where you bear left to get on white trail to yellow blaze back to red which will complete this loop . Decent , nothing that exciting but worth the time .

wandern
1 month ago

Amazing trail. Well marked but had to find the trail head in the beginning. Passing the lake was nice and great views of the Hudson valley all the way to Manhattan. Went in the fall and had to cross a couple of streams. Will do it again. Did it with my girlfriend and she loved it too.

wandern
2 months ago

Started at Diltz rd trailhead and went around the lake and white/yellow trails back

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

My first hike out in NY. Loved every bit of it. Just make sure you keep your head up in the very very beginning to make sure you stay on trail. After the first .7 your always near a trail tag.

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

beautiful hike. a bit of climbing. very fun.

wandern
3 months ago

10.14.19. A quite lovely walk. I took the Red Square trail all the way from the Ramapo Equestrian Center parking lot to the Western end of the lake, and then followed an unblazed trail counterclockwise until I joined up with the white, and shortly after, the yellow trail. The lake was spectacular in the Fall sunshine. The final leg back to the lot produced a fine view South of distant Manhattan. The yellow trail rejoins the Red Square to take you back to the lot. If you’d like to try this trail combo, here are my stats as a guide: Distance: 8.8 miles Elevation Gain: 1,316 feet Moving Time: 3:16:07

wandern
steinig
3 months ago

Dog friendly, kid friendly. Some rocky sections on yellow trail were a bit challenging with a dog and a child. A couple good views, pleasant hiking, beautiful lake, nice mosses, not crowded.

wandern
scrambling
steinig
3 months ago

there are 2 entrances to the trail. the trail seems more challenging than a moderate. the trail is very rocky and the fallen leaves make it difficult to traverse. the lake is beautiful. when you get to the top, you can see New York city. I really enjoy this trail.

wandern
3 months ago

One of the better hikes in Harriman. Relatively easy. I suggest spending at minimum an hour exploring the beautiful Pine Meadow Lake!

wandern
3 months ago

Park at the equestrian center and walk behind the building. I followed the trail on the app and it helped a lot. Beautiful hike overall except I saw 3 giant black rat snakes but they’re harmless so it was fine.

wandern
4 months ago

Great hike for seniors center in shape. A Moderate trail. If you do the ridge there is one shoot. the. Ridge has beautiful views. There is an old lien to on the north west side of the bridge. There’s a fire pit and space for six people

wandern
4 months ago

Forget Google maps, it will leave you at a private residence... continue past for about 300 yard to the equestrian center, turn on the right. Take the road to the center and park on the left, you will see signs for hiker parking. Go Slow as there are horse walking about with young children, turn off you lights as they can spook a horse, a some who rides I know. So the hike. It starts with an uninspiring entrance to hike under high power tension lines, marked as the R red trail. Walk that about a hundred yards to a left turn at 600 ft evivation and take 0.85 miles to the junction and turn left to choose either R or Y. we went counter clockwise but either works. When we got to Pine Meadow lake we decided to take the unmaintained trail to the Conklin cemetery, well worth a visit back in time to headstones from the Revolutionary War. We came back on the W white trail and a visit to the Stone Memorial lean to which had recently been renovated with a new floor deck. Great vistas at Hawk cliff of NYC and the top of the new TZ bridge way off in the distance. Decend and pass many trees struck by lightning. We started close to 10am and saw few people, always good but more on the trip back and see people camping at the lake overnight. Lots of variety and a really nice hike, would do it again.

wandern
4 months ago

Great hike. Moderate. nice views, easy parking

wandern
steinig
4 months ago

Great day hike with the dogs. The lake and overlooks were enjoyable. We found it to be about 8.5miles according to the activity app we used instead of the ~5.5 miles AllTrails says. Easily marked and it was helpful to read the comments. Under the power lines they now have a double red marking that veers to the left on gravel to show the start of the trail that is before you get to the large boulder (which was hidden by overgrown grasses.)

aufgezeichnet Pine Meadow Lake Loop Trail

wandern
steinig
5 months ago

You’re combing several different trails here, so it could be confusing if you don’t know to turn at various trail markers. You could end up on the wrong trail. Highly suggest going the yellow route (south / left at the fork) first. It takes longer and has more beautiful vistas. If going that route, you’re following red / yellow > yellow (south route) > white (lakeside trail hard right at the three white arrows) > red (north route). Beware the rattlesnakes! Encountered one on the south yellow route just before the lake. Eeeps!

wandern
5 months ago

Nice trail especially if you want to avoid overcrowded and full parking lots along the Seven Lakes Dr. this hike starts in Pomona: the other side of Harriman State Park. The trail is well marked with a very few problematic points. Good swimming in Pine Meadow. Basically only one or two. Scenic view points around Ramapo Mountain Nice !!!!

wandern
5 months ago

Red/white to yellow to white to red white. Encountered a bear where the yellow and red/white intersect.

wandern
6 months ago

Great trail for everyone; it was long and interesting enough that the experienced hikers were satisfied, but it was manageable for new hikers, especially with swimming and blueberry picking breaks!! So many blueberries. There is definitely lake access; you might want to bring water shoes for lake swimming comfort but nbd. Oh and if you’re following my recording, I forgot to turn it off and we went to the fill up station for burgers after the trail :-)

wandern
steinig
6 months ago

We had to go off trail for only about 10-15 yards to make it to the lake. The lake doesn’t have a beach you can swim at but it was a spectacular view.

wandern
6 months ago

Worth the trip to see a beautiful lake and have a dip. Gorgeous view but watch out for a rattlesnake after miles of wild blueberry bushes. We followed red markers that led to two red markers, and then followed red/yellow markers that split from yellow and red and continued to follow the red. Once you see three white markers and an arrow, do not go to the arrow but veer to the right and the elevated rock will take you down to the lake, follow pipes in the ground and pass a large square cement structure.

wandern
käfer
steinig
6 months ago

wandern
6 months ago

great hike we took the add-on around awake some good elevations some good declines all in all great fun

wandern
7 months ago

very nice trail, thanks for the tips every body posted here so we found the trail head easily. I suggest go to the south loop(yellow) first because it is much nicer and interesting than north side. Prepare your swimming suit, the lake is so clean and quiet.

wandern
steinig
7 months ago

Nice trail! Well marked throughout. You do have to pay attention on the yellow trail up on the mountain ridge to follow it along but the markers are visible if you're looking for them. There are a few steep sections and a lot of boulders so dogs may struggle at times. Pine Meadow Lake was beautiful and a very nice place to stop for lunch and dip your feet in the lake or take a swim. Trails are rocky so watch your step but the views from the Yellow trail of the valley and NYC in the distance are worth the trek!

wandern
7 months ago

The access to parking was closed by the police due to wires down but a nice officer let us park by the blockade and we could walk about half a mile to a trailhead. With some difficulties we finally found the RedDot trail leading through Yellow and White to the Pine Meadow Lake. Enjoyed the refreshing water, let the dogs swim and headed back to close the loop ( noose ). Trail was well maintained. Easy crossing the streams with help of stepping stones. Good view of New York City. Fast 7 miles. Nice hike

wandern
scrambling
steinig
7 months ago

wandern
käfer
schlammig
7 months ago

This loop was great to us! The start can be a little tricky, but we followed the advice of others. The Equestrian Center allows overnight parking in a section of their lot, so look out for that. The first blaze is on the barn next to the horse corral. After that, you are in an opening with power lines, follow this north, then left at the boulder onto a trail left-parallel to the power lines, and you will pick up the red on white blazes. We followed: red/white-->yellow and red/white (they run on the same small stretch)----> right on red/white where the trail splits and ride that all the way to the lake. We took the campsite beyond the big lookout, next to an old stone structure. It was away from some of the other sites, and offered lake access. The water was crystal clear. It was a beautiful swim and camp. Follow the trail around a little to scavenge for firewood. Next morning, woke up to a goose family in our camp! It was a nice misty morning, perfect for a peaceful swim. The hike back we took: red/white--->white----> sharp left on yellow----> red/white. No snakes for us! Seems like most people approach the lake from the opposite side, so it was nice the trail wasn't too crowded. We will be back. A great quick escape from the city.

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