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Harriman State Park, located in Rockland and Orange counties, features over 30 lakes and reservoirs, 200+ miles of hiking trails, three beaches, two public camping areas, a network of group camps, miles of streams and scenic roads, and scores of wildlife species, vistas and vantage points. Harriman State Park's major facilities include Lake Welch, Lake Sebago, Sebago Cabin Camp, Lake Tiorati and Silver Mine Lake Loop, the Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, and Beaver Pond Campgrounds. *Boat launch sites require a boat permit. Please contact the park for further details.

Access road closed in winter.

First trail with this app. Dogs loved it.

Great hike a few good views. There were some challenging rock scrambling. We spent 4 hours hiking on a perfect warm day. We parked one car at Reeves and started at the Sebago Boat Launch where we parked 2nd car. Would highly recommend this hike!

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5 days ago

This was my very first hike! I found Reeves to be beautiful and very exciting. This was not a boring trail and even with the snow and ice it was more of a challenge. This was a great adventure!! Would definitely go back!

I took the red trail to orange to blue to white. Slippery in the winter, but totally worth the extra energy to keep from falling. This loop really has a little bit of everything from scrambles to waterfalls.

9 days ago

great hike

Well worth great hiking trail with nice views ⛰

Best winter hike.
Just don’t forget your microspikes!!

We went with snow and cold even if sunny weather. We got nearly lost at times because we had no maps on us, I only took a picture of a map at the visitor center, but thanks to snow traces of other people on the trails, we found the way. We made a longer loop and it took us nearly 3 hours and a half. I would like to come back in summer too. It was a good hike. Better with a map.

Nice in the winter, only saw a few folks the whole day.

this was a nice hike. you take the white to the blue on white to the orange and then the red on white. we had to double back a couple of times but luckily the map tracking helped get us back on track. the welcome center was closed as were the bathrooms so go before you get to the trailhead if you need to go. would definitely recommend this hike. The hardest part was the blue scramble up the rocks to get to the top but it's not too bad just some climbing to pretty great views.

28 days ago

Great hike on a beautiful January day. Lots of different terrain with some scrambles and great vistas. Definitely a redo.

Nice overnight spike camp experience

Did a solo hike here! Looking forward to going back with friends!

Great hike - strenuous - there was a lot of snow and ice when I went - be prepared and careful treading through ice. We came to a point at the end of the hike where it was a straight path of frozen water and had to maneuver very carefully to finish. Amazing visuals and changes in scenery.

Awesome... on the challenging side but not too crazy... one sketchy spot on seven hills... beautifully peaceful... only one set of tracks besides mine... I went up blue and caught white for the return... deep snow in spots... so worth the extra effort

Lots of steady climbs and views. Snow and ice will make you pay extra attention to your steps. Cool rocks.

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1 month ago

Great trail!!!

Good hike. We did white/red middle to Green turn right at Times Square follow green until yellow path again turn right and follow until you see white with red in middle turn left and follow back to start. About 7 miles. This path is nice in all different seasons. Enjoy and be safe.

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2 months ago

Great trail, not far from NYC. Beautiful Island Pond is en route.

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