Corinth Reservoir to Redmond's Overlook

MODERATE 11 reviews
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Corinth Reservoir to Redmond's Overlook is a 3.6 mile loop trail located near Corinth, New York that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

3.6 miles
790 feet

dogs on leash

kid friendly



nature trips

trail running





4 months ago

Nice trail with a great view. The trail is actually a dirt road for the most part. They are working on making new trails and the creeks and reservoir are nice. The view from the top is the highlight of the hike. Trail was mostly dry.

10 months ago

The view was worth the hike...however the previous reviews stating it's not well labeled are correct. our first mile was an uphill walk on a "snowmobile" trail. we then felt lost as we hit a "no trespassing" sign. when we turned around to head back down we did notice a red marker and lovely pile of rocks marking a trail. we followed a more narrow/overgrown path for about 3/4 of a mile to reach the top....and the fall views where amazing! then we just retraced our steps back to the start. there where a few labeled paths off the snowmobile trail, but no map at the start as to where they go!!

11 months ago

Very nice hike. Getting to the top of Redmond Outlook is very rewarding. Also a lot of geocaches. You could spend a full day here!

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Trails not marked well. We took the wrong trail to start with and ended up adding quite a bit of time to our hike.

Tuesday, August 01, 2017

This is a new trail going from the upper Corinth Reservoir to Redmond's Overlook. From the overlook you look east toward Corinth and the Hudson River. On a clear day you can see the Green Mountains of Vermont in the distance. You can return down the same path you climbed up on (walking down on the other side of the reservoir) extending the hike to apx. 4 mikes or return on the logging road as shown on this route. Generally a moderate walk across a few streams with stepping stone or log bridges (nothing too difficult). Hiking poles are helpful for some of the steeper sections and switchbacks. In the winter the trail can be walked with snowshoes.

15 days ago

2 months ago

Monday, September 04, 2017