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    Michael Nakashima completed Triphammer Loop

    4 months ago

    Michael Nakashima reviewed Maple Ridge

    4 months ago

    We did a slightly modified version of this trail in July which was primarily hiking down the mountain. We parked at the McCauley mountain ski lift, took the chair up to the summit for $6 then hiked the mountain back down to the lodge. As that took all of 20 minutes or so, my sons and I decided to hike the rest of the way down to Old Forge as my wife drove the car down to do some Shopping. The hike down from the ski lift back to town was far more interesting than the hike from the summit. There are a number of marked trails to bring you down through the woods including a bike trail. There were a couple of junctures where it’s easy to veer off the recorded path so keep an eye on your location in relation to the recorded path on the map if you want to follow the trail as posted. At one point in the woods there are also yellow “to O. F. “ signs you can follow to keep you on track.

    Michael Nakashima completed Maple Ridge

    4 months ago

    Michael Nakashima reviewed Stillwater Mountain Trail

    5 months ago

    This is a beautiful hike with winding wooded paths up to a restored fire tower. It is a steady incline all the way to the top but very manageable. There’s a little picnic table at the top. The dirt road to get to the trailhead was the slowest part of the trip.

    Michael Nakashima reviewed Brown Tract Pond to Shallow Lake

    5 months ago

    Did this hike on an unusually hot Fourth of July. The description is very accurate. The first part of the hike is very easygoing. The trail to shallow lake becomes a little more difficult with exposed roots, some muddy patches and the bog. Here you will need to cross the small tributary using three long logs serving as the foot bridge to the other side. Once you cross the bridge you are a little more than halfway to the lake. Most of the trail is in beautiful wooded paths, the exception being the bog. We found the second half of the hike to be very buggy. The canoe mentioned in the description is now just shattered remnants lying near the shore. For whatever reason this does not appear to be a busy trail although we found it well maintained and clearly marked. We only saw one other family on the hike on this busy holiday in the Adirondacks. Overall it’s a pleasant hike if you can withstand the bugs.

    Michael Nakashima completed Root Glen

    7 months ago

    Michael Nakashima completed Waimano Falls Trail

    11 months ago

    Michael Nakashima completed Norris Reservation Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Michael Nakashima completed Moss Glen Falls Trail

    about 1 year ago