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    linda santoro added Cels Hump

    2 months ago

    linda santoro reviewed Plateau Mountain from Stony Clove Trail

    4 months ago

    We didn’t do the loop. We started and returned via Devil’s Path. Be aware that you need to buy a pass to park here. I’ve been towed in these mountains before and no note was left. I was simply stranded with no cell service and no car. Buy the parking pass! The trail itself is steep, as others described if go you up and/ or down Devil’s path, but the length of the climb is reasonable and doable for anyone that has their mind set on doing it. Loose rocks add to the adventure. Give friends space in case they slip and wear proper hiking shoes with some kind of grip.

    linda santoro saved Mount Edith

    5 months ago

    linda santoro saved Healy Pass Trail

    5 months ago

    linda santoro saved Escarpment Trail

    5 months ago

    linda santoro added Hunter

    5 months ago

    linda santoro saved Cory Mountain

    6 months ago

    linda santoro saved Cory Pass

    6 months ago

    linda santoro saved Lilinonah Trail

    8 months ago

    linda santoro reviewed Kaaterskill High Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago

    I went yesterday and got stung while on the flat part of the trail. I passed many others who got stung by bees as well. The top of the trail is totally unmarked, so you have to hope to pass people who know where to go. I did this hike alone and found my car had been towed when I returned. I'm from CT and the out-of-staters got towed while the NY folks only got a ticket. I was appalled that the police and towing company felt comfortable towing people's cars with no note or phone # left behind - potentially stranding people in the wilderness. I was very lucky that others had also had their car towed ( I parked on the road and saw no signs indicating you couldn't park there and there were at least 15 other cars parked on the road). Someone had already done the research and knew where our cars had been taken and a generous person drove us there to get them. I was lucky. Parts of the hike are muddy, parts are gorgeous. I wouldn't return. I want to stay far away from those unreasonable police/ towing company. There are plenty of other great hiking sites around NE.

    linda santoro completed Kaaterskill High Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago