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    Robin Z added Kennedy Dells Park

    10 months ago

    Robin Z completed Kennedy Dells Park

    10 months ago

    Robin Z added Track - Sep 9 03:27 PM

    11 months ago

    Robin Z added Track - Aug 26 11:47 AM

    12 months ago

    Robin Z completed Hurd State Park

    12 months ago

    Robin Z saved Hurd State Park

    12 months ago

    Robin Z saved Cascade Falls Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z saved Eagle Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z added Track - Aug 06 01:30 PM

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z added Shirley Canyon Cascades Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z completed Shirley Canyon Cascades Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z completed Teatown Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z completed Long Path from Nyack to Haverstraw

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z added Graham Hills Blue Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z completed Graham Hills Blue Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z saved Graham Hills Blue Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z saved Kitchawan Preserve Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z saved Teatown Lake Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Robin Z reviewed Popolopen Torne Loop

    almost 2 years ago

    Nice hike for a fall day. Lots of flatter walking through the woods areas, and a challenging fun scramble up a steeper rocky area to get to the top. Beautiful views once you get there! Took the suggestion of some others and went up the steeper (further to the left on the trail map) side and came down the side w the ropes. If you want to skip the flat areas you can park by Mine road.

    If you decide to do the whole thing, park at the overflow parking area for hikers just a minute down the road from Fort Montgomery which stays open past 5pm. It seems like since April 2016 the Fort Montgomery parking lot has been closed to hikers. You'll have to walk back to Fort Montgomery to find the trail head (light blue trail markers)

    Also the bridge along 9W is still closed to pedestrians. Easiest way around this is to go back the way you came from Fort Montgomery along the blue trail.

    We didn't realize it was still closed and took the red trail back and got around the closed bridge by crossing the rather busy highway, walking along the traffic circle, and then towards the Bear Mountain bridge. Right before you get to the bridge on the left hand side there's signs for the Appalachian trail and that takes you back down the gorge. Follow the blue and white stripe markers to a footbridge that takes you across the river back to Fort Montgomery area.