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Beautiful long hike. We went clockwise, starting on the yellow mullica river trail through the historic village, hiking through old growth forest for several miles before reaching some amazing campsites. Continuing on past the campsites for a few miles, take the green connector trail East for a mile to connect with the pink batona trail that leads back to the parking lot. Great for a long day home with no elevation and gorgeous scenery! The start of the trail was a bit confusing to find as the parking lot is the starting point for several different pathways including a mountain bike trail

This was a moderate to hard hike. First 3/4 mile is straight up hill and then a gradual ascend. We went out and back on the white trail because green coming back in the loop was snow covered. Great views from the tower.

wandern
3 days ago

Nice out and Back in Summer and in Fall

Quiet cold snowy. Beautiful and peaceful. B

wandern
10 days ago

I just completed a day hike from Batona camp to Lower Forge camp. Just over 6 miles, It was a chilly day and over cast. A nice easy hike and marked very well. Next time I’ll go north.

wandern
11 days ago

nothing scenic here. just distance. blue trail is nicer

wandern
schlammig
steinig
11 days ago

I went to Stokes State Forest this past weekend, was unseasonable warm and turned out to be a beautiful day for a hike! However, I was originally going to go to Sunrise mountain but, for some unknown reason, the road leading to the summit and the pavilion was closed. Haven't been here since I was a kid and then, never actually went on the trails here before, I have hike in different parts of the state including High Point. Anyhoo, I hiked and part of this trail on the green tower. Not all the way, the green trail is about 1.6 miles and described in the map that I got from the office as difficult. It is a bit Rocky and was a bit muddy as it rained earlier Sunday morning. there are some lovely streams and evergreens when you do go up on it. I'll have to come back here in spring time. It is also bear country, so you would have to careful, the trails are well marked. Hopefully the road to the summit will be open. Sunrise mountain is the second highest point in NJ. And right on the Appalachian trail. Very beautiful place and friendly passbyers too!

Great Hike! Off season the road is closed so youll have to walk 1.8 miles to the trailhead...be ready for a little warm up. The falls are beautiful, the stairs will take you to the top...duhh. If you want a challange keep going up...hard but worth it. ...and youll leave all the people behind #bonus!

saw 2 deer

nice wide open trail. saw 2 deer.

wandern
schlammig
steinig
13 days ago

Great trail.. good workout.. trail was well marked.. Start of the trail we see a beautiful stream.. sunfish pond was partly frozen. When we reached sunfish pond we saw a few freshly burnt wood!! even though it was clearly mentioned as “No ground fires” on the Information board! hopefully people understand the importance..

wandern
steinig
13 days ago

Awesome loop - mostly flat with a couple steep climbs, couple stunning views, and lots of great water features. Trails are rocky but well marked with blazes!

Amazing hike and good workout. Well maintained stairs in the beginning of the hike, but rest of the way up is rocky. There are multiple trails that intersect that are not marked on this map, so pay attention to markers. Waterfall is beautiful and be careful on the way back down due to slippery and lose rocks. Note: gate was closed to the road to get to the waterfall near the cemetery. May have to walk about a mile before the actually hike listed here. I believe it closes in the winter time because of the road being not well maintained.

wandern
steinig
13 days ago

A sincere thank you to whomever is maintaining this trail (and the trail markings) - both are terrific! Not a ton of visual interest but a lovely walk through the woods. The fire tower at Apple Pie Hill was closed (on a Saturday afternoon) due to lack of staff on-site. I found a tick on my arm after this hike on a warm-ish day in January - super glad I came in the winter and literally cannot imagine the tick situation in summer! It must be crazy intense. I passed about a dozen people (and two campers) taking advantage of the good weather. Parking near the Carranza memorial is a little confusing - there are two large areas behind it and on the day I was there filled with horse trailers.

wandern
18 days ago

A perfect trail if you seek peace and quiet. Fresh bear scat around mile 7.5.

Beautiful cold day. layers required!

We were unable to finish our walk because the “trail”, which is really a dirt road, was flooded as far as we could see. Saw no alternative but to pick our way through the brush so we took the alternate trail back. That cut our walk short by almost a mile.

I grew up in the area and have visited Parvins many times but never hiked the trails, other than the green trail that goes around the perimeter of Parvin Lake. Over Christmas and New Year break my 4 year old son and I visited 3 times hiking different variations of the trails. The first day we started on the white trail and then connected to the green trail around the lake and up to Fisherman’s Landing. The second day we did the white trail and then connected to the red trail and followed that the entire way and connected to the yellow trail at Thundergust. The 3rd day we did the white trail into the red trail but then cut over to the black trail for a shorter hike. The red trail is marked “Temporaily closed due to storm damage” however we attempted it anyway to see how far we could get and managed to complete the whole thing. Some spots we had to maneuver around the water but we were able to keep our feet dry. So anyone that doesn’t mind a little extra excitement or mud will love the red trail. Highly recommend it!

wandern
überwachsen
22 days ago

beautiful trail but don’t follow markers follow the map. fresh coyote scat seen once but that’s it

wandern
überwachsen
22 days ago

good walk in the woods. lots of thorns at mile 7.

wandern
schlammig
23 days ago

First time hiking the trail with my wife. lots of fun.

wandern
schlammig
23 days ago

Very nice hike! Very muddy, but it did rain yesterday. A little creepy on some parts if your alone as a female. Very steep on some parts. Lots of stairs. Good workout! The views were just okay.

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