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HikingRocky
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Hiking
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Hiking

Note that there no longer is any access to the viewpoints on the summit of Sugarloaf

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Brandon Fusaro reviewed Breakneck Ridge, Notch, Brook Loop
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HikingBugsRockyScramble

Unreal hike and rock scramble. The trail isn’t all that strenuous one you finish the initial scramble. The ascent is so intricate because it allows you to be able to try out different foot and hand placements on some challenging rock positions. It’s definitely a tough one on the legs and entire body because you essentially have to rock climb in many areas. Be safe and don’t do a scramble if you don’t feel comfortable. The trail makes a distinct effort to offer easier ascents if you choose to avoid the technical scrambles. This trail took me 1 hr and 45 mins today but I was moving fast and didn’t take breaks because I’d already done the trail before and was able to revel in the beautiful views. Enjoy and make sure you have the right shoes!!

Jonathan Kanovsky reviewed Anthony's Nose via Camp Smith Trail
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Benedikt Kellner reviewed Breakneck Ridge, Notch, Brook Loop
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Hiking

Bit hot, so try to do it in the morning. Note that the my route today added a little bit of distance because I took a slight detour to the Stern-Cornish Estate ruins.

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Breakneck was difficult but not has hard as many posts. 60 yo, fear of heights did it in 60 min.

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Molly Johnson reviewed Breakneck Ridge, Notch, Brook Loop
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HikingScramble

Most beautiful east coast hike I have ever done! We brought our dog but would not recommend. The rock scramble at the beginning really scared her. But she loved it after the initial ascent.

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Hiking

Solid trail. Clean. very steep at some parts.

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Hiking

Nice moderate hike for an early morning. I’d suggest starting at the other end from where the directions lead you since going this way we were at the peak in under 40 minutes

Priyanka George reviewed Anthony's Nose via Camp Smith Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful view.. Moderate hike!

Brendan Kavanaugh reviewed Hudson Highlands Overlook Trail
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Hiking

It’s a little further than we anticipated but it’s a nice trail

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Bryan Charalambous reviewed Anthony's Nose via Camp Smith Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful and quiet - didn’t see anyone the entire time.

Nicole Esterow reviewed Bull Hill from Nelsonville
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Hiking

Great hike! We went clockwise and the way up was a steady incline. Moderately steep with only one spot of scrambling. Little buggy at the beginning and end. But the bugs went away after some elevation gain. Overall great hike with beautiful views!

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Shawnte Butler reviewed Anthony's Nose via Camp Smith Trail
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Hiking

It was beautiful. Definitely a moderate hike. The path was cleared but maybe one or two spots with fallen trees but easy to maneuver around. The view at the top was very rewarding.

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HikingGreat!Rocky

Great trail. Easy to find. Following the water is soothing. D.A.R monument worth the effort at the summit. Look for the communication towers. The monument is close by.

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Running

Steep in sections. Pretty tough but not terrible for running. If you do it backwards the last bit to the nose requires some willpower. But one of the better views of the Hudson River if you avoid the crowds

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Jonathan Kanovsky reviewed Anthony's Nose via Camp Smith Trail
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Hiking
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Good workout. Great views.. but many obstructed by trees. Part of trail closed and had to detour.

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HikingOver grownPrivate propertyRocky

The beginning, with the white trail, was strenuous and rock climbing but it got easier when I arrived to the platform which was divided to right and left blue trails and there I crossed path with 3 beautiful soul (ladies, sometimes we watch out for each other ). They were kind enough to let me know that the trail to the view is on the right and that to be careful if I want to take the left trail because a bee tree fell and the bees were having a party . So I followed their advice and went right to Anthony’ Nose. Noted falling trees due to storm that happened 2days ago. Further after the Toll House Parking, following the blue trail, I crossed path with the military live training area. I wanted to finished the whole blue trail (less than 1mile left) but I heard the first riffle shot, my body stopped moving but my brain was “well it’s was written on some of the post that I am safe as long as I don’t cross over to the military private trail and stay on the blue trail!” Then I heard the second shot and my mind and soul were “girl turn back! You won’t be able to explain that you were following the blue after getting shot!”. On my way backfr I realized that my car was on the other side of Anthony Nose; going back would have taken me more than 1hr and it was not safe taking the road. But thank God i saw this man named Eric who I passed earlier leaving Anthony Nose. He gave me a ride to my car since his son (17y) was still way behind. The trail overall was hard, rocky, fun and strenuous workout. Love it!

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HikingBugsRockyScrambleWashed out

8 miles of hard to moderate hike. Breakneck ridge is exhilarating and challenging. The rest of this specific hike route is moderate so not super easy. Just remember that Breakneck is tough and I do not recommend it to inexperienced hikers. This route has many beautiful overlook points. If you have energy left take the yellow trail back up to the upper part of Breakneck and down on old yellow. Otherwise, bail out on red for a short walk under the tunnel and you’ll still get the mileage.

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