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SARA O'SULLIVAN reviewed Ann Lee Pond Preserve
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Hiking

Very icy right now, thank goodness for footprints in the snow or I would have been lost out there. The markers disappear on the trail for a bit but i made it out alive. It’s very quiet, which was nice! Wear warm waterproof shoes.

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Super slush

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Hiking

Trail is well packed. No spikes or snowshoes needed. Hiked with my 5 year old. Took us an hour to summit. We both had a lot of fun running back down the trail. Beautiful day.

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Heather Maxwell reviewed Ann Lee Pond Preserve
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

Nice packed trail good for kids

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Well packed except where it cuts across. Spikes were helpful but snowshoes were unnecessary.

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Beautiful day! Crusty but with micro spikes it was no problem

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Christina Angell reviewed Vroman's Nose Loop Trail
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Hiking

I’ve done this hike many times in the late 90’s. Went back a few years ago with the kids as a nice walk. Very busy now. Still a nice view regardless of the trail traffic.

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Kevin Loftus reviewed Shelving Rock Mountain Trail
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Hiking

The road in was plowed but still a little steep and slippery at times. The trail was well packed down, wide, and easy to follow. No need for spikes or snow shoes. Pretty steady climb from the parking lot, beautiful forest the whole time. It was snowing at the summit, so couldn’t see any views. Will have to go back in the summer to check it out.

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Groomed, easy walk in the snow. If the 4+ miles are too long, cut it off at the Liaison Trail which loops you back for a total of 1.5 miles.

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Daniel Brauer reviewed Shelving Rock Mountain Trail
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HikingGreat!Snow

A nice short trudge up to some lovely Lake George views. Mostly packed snow all the way up, very doable without snowshoes. Parking lot was not full, and there were others nearby so you could probably walk if you really wanted to.

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Carrie Beth reviewed Five Mile Trail
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Jim Monlea reviewed Ann Lee Pond Preserve
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Amber Lawrence reviewed Wilkinson National Recreation Trail
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Daniel Johnson reviewed Ann Lee Pond Preserve
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WalkingGreat!Snow

Hard packed snow today. No need for snowshoes or microspikes

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Mark Sweet reviewed Vroman's Nose Loop Trail
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HikingIcySnow

Very nice hike, highly recommended! The sun burning through cloud cover and temperature hovering in the upper teens promised a perfect winter day for hiking. Driving from Albany, we arrived around 9AM to an empty parking area. The slight slope leading up to the trailhead was covered with fresh powder and only a few tracks were visible from previous visitors since it had fallen. The trail itself was also covered with the fresh snow, with slight patches of ice breaking through occasionally, confirming our decision to don our spikes before leaving the parking area. Trekking poles also aided our ascent and especially, our descent. The trail is rated as easy on AllTrails; there isn't any scrambling and there are no obstacles to cross. The grade is still fairly strenuous on the hike up (though switchbacking helps) and we stopped along the way several times for a quick breather. On reaching what we thought was the top (the slope levels off) we were pleased to see that it continued up through/along a section of rocks and to the final plateau. The bright sunshine and clear air provided excellent conditions for the spectacular view of the Schoharie Valley and surrounding peaks in the distance - almost a full one-hundred and eighty degree unobstructed view. The area between the trail and the cliff edge is plenty wide and it's not necessary to go close to the edge to see the view, but there are no rails and one can walk right up to the cliff edge. The snow was covering the rocks right up to the edge. It didn't seem too icy, but having spikes on I may have not realized it. With the snow cover on the rocks of the cliff, you cannot see what's underneath, so there is potential to stumble or slip. Going too near the edge isn't a good idea. The hike along the top is a short one before turning downhill and back to the parking area. There is a sign stating the trail ends there, but it is referring to the trail along the top of the cliff; the hiking trail down is actually about 20 feet to the left of the sign and pretty steep. So the sign can be confusing, but we saw the green trail markers on the trees along the steep section, ensuring it was indeed the correct trail. This part is where you definitely want spikes and poles in the winter time. It is around a thirty degree down angle and a bit narrow here, no side-by-side hiking possible. It was powdery from the fresh snowfall and icy as well. This section of downward trail is around seventy-five feet long or so before the slope lessons. We continued along the green trail until we met the yellow trail and sign indicating the way back to the parking area. Another five or ten minutes brought us back to the parking area which was now full with other hikers' vehicles. With our stops along the way for breathers, a fifteen minute snack and hot tea break, and numerous photo sessions, we completed this trail in around two hours. Chatting with arriving hikers, we passed along our experience, wished them good hiking and wrapped up our latest adventure.

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Carrie Beth reviewed Five Mile Trail
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Icy under the snow but that’s winter for you. Nice easy miles.

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Russell Matteson reviewed Shelving Rock Mountain Trail
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Amy Kramer reviewed Ann Lee Pond Preserve
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Wet and muddy- wear boots!

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Daniel Johnson reviewed Ann Lee Pond Preserve
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WalkingGreat!IcyMuddySnow

A local favorite

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