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    Thomas Finch saved Schuber Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Thomas Finch reviewed Norvin Green SF Mine Loop

    over 1 year ago

    Trail had some great looking woods! If you're trying to get to the cave, it's really simple. When the trail splits, go to the left down the Orange Dot trail. Shortly down the orange trail it'll turn to Orange with Yellow Dot. Follow Orange with Yellow Dot Trail. You'll come to a smooth rock opening with a view. Very shortly up on the right you'll see a small thin trail in between two tree. Go down that trail, but be careful! Going down this trail can be sketchy if you're not good with hills or stable on your feet. Check out all the openings going down that trail. Get to bottom and enjoy. There's also a good size opening at the bottom of the cave but I didn't venture in due to no flashlight or head lamp. Enjoy!

    Thomas Finch saved Ramapo-Dunderburg Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Thomas Finch reviewed Wildcat Ridge Hawkwatch Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Here is the tricky thing about this trail. If you use the GPS from this app it will take you down Split Rock Road, which has no/prohibits parking. The trail from this road does enter you on the White Dot trail. This trail is long and scenic, great woodland views and a few running creeks at the right times. Ultimately this trail from this entrance will bring you to the Hawk Watch point. However, if you are trying to find the Bat Cave or the Cemetery, this is not where you want to be. The Bat Cave and the Cemetery are off of "Lower Hibernia Road" in Rockaway. Just enter "Lower Hibernia Road" in your GPS. You can't miss the Wildcat Ridge parking lot marked by a large brown sign. Enter the trail and follow the White Dot trail. Once on the trail, the bat cave will be off to the right up a small hill. Can't miss it. The Cemetary is up a little further while on the White Dot trail. Enjoy!

    Thomas Finch completed Wildcat Ridge Hawkwatch Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Thomas Finch reviewed Ramapo Lake Cannonball Loop Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Did this hike beginning from the park in Haskell. For first timers, although an easy hike/walk it was a little confusing. Once you enter woods and cross stream you'll see various direction signs, continue straight up the hill infront of you. The hike is straightforward from this point on. Once you reach an old paved road, walk straight and pass the first rocky road on your left. The second rocky road on your left is what you want if you are following the All trails GPS. This road walks you down along side the lake forna good distance. Once at the end, theres an intersection! Make a left toward the concrete pillars to get to the Castle. There will be a sign for Castle Point just up the hill. Once you get to the Castle, there is more to see behind the Castle. Walk to the back of the castle and follow the small trail on the left side by the driveway. There are lookouts and another structure just down that trail. Have fun and enjoy! It is amazing and beautiful

    Thomas Finch saved Windbeam Mountain

    about 2 years ago

    Thomas Finch saved Wyanoke High Point Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Thomas Finch saved Stairway to Heaven Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Thomas Finch saved Terrace Pond

    about 2 years ago

    Thomas Finch completed Tourne Trail to Oslo Rock

    about 2 years ago

    Thomas Finch saved Tourne Trail to Oslo Rock

    about 2 years ago