Doris Duke Trail is a 3.6 mile loop trail located near Tuxedo Park, New York that features a great forest setting. The trail is rated as moderate and is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Distance: 3.6 miles Elevation Gain: 685 feet Route Type: Loop

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rocky
16 days ago

Think I would like this trail better in the fall. Felt like I was in a jungle and it all looked the same. Even though the trails were well marked I still felt like I could get lost. Lots of moss, ferns and tiny little toads. Very rocky.

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16 days ago

Beautiful moss covered trail, tons of ferns. Well marked, senic overlooks of hills, partially blocked by trees. Cliff outcrops by Lake with Beaver Dams.

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1 month ago

Nice easy trail. Great for kids or older adults. Very easy to follow and well marked and maintained. I never needed to look at a map or anything. Very buggy though this time of year so bring repellant.

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1 month ago

Very well marked , easy to follow. Forest most of the way, ferns, mushrooms, mossy pathways. Light traffic.

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rocky
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2 months ago

great trail with three overlooks. The cascades are dry for now. Hike this the day after a hard rain or in the spring before tbe second week of June. buggy below 1000'. blueberries ready in large sunny areas like the powerline.

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muddy
4 months ago

Great trail, easy to follow. This time me saw a lot of frogs and garden snakes.

5 months ago

Beautiful hike but would not recommend for trail running!

running
Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Great trail for running and walking, the loop can take from 75-100 Min to finish, you should have long pants and shirt, bug spray is also good.

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