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Dwass Kill Nature Preserve Orange Trail

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Clifton Park, New York

Dwass Kill Nature Preserve Orange Trail is a 0.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Clifton Park, New York that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length 0.6 mi Elevation gain 49 ft Route type Loop
Hiking Nature trips Walking Forest Views
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sham wow
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Abigail Hopkins
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Hiking

Not well marked. Alltrails map doesn't match trail. Many split offs all marked the same. Very confusing.

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bryan blume
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Christopher Farrell
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Lori Hughes
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HikingGreat!

It's brand new and they have done a superb job blazing this trail .

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Kristy Bircher
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Michael Taormina
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Hiking

Don’t take the fishing trail! Maybe in the early spring it’s fine, but they should rename it the “trail of stinging nettles”. The northern loop is ok. Kinda boring. (Ps. I don’t know why my phone recorded 1,400 ft elevation gain. It was more like 200’)

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Maria Lisi-Murray
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Hiked today with my 16 year old kid. Overgrown in spots. Very very buggy today. It’s an ok hike for walking through the woods.

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Jim DeWan
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HikingBugs

Nice little trail in town

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Chelsea Britton
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HikingOff trailOver grown

Trees down on some of the trails. Sandy in areas. Not to bad for a short hike! Not to buggy either

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Rob Miller
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We did this trail on March 22nd 2020 with two children ages 9 and 7 and a dog. The kids loved it. lightly traveled. Winding trail through woods, mostly sandy, no mud. there were several interesting water features and an old car chassis that attracted attention. Some elevation changes but nothing dramatic. Not a difficult hike.

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Jessica Evans
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Jen Beeyers
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Hiking

My kids love this trail! They call it the Sonic trail because of the hills and angled turns. My kids are 9, 5 and 3 and we’re able to walk the trail the whole time. It wasn’t too long and it was nice that the main trails were pretty wide and made of sand. They also loved the bridge and little creek. Really cute, free and fun activity.

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SPUNKY BUNKS
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Hiking

Nice little hike, even in the winter. The trail splits off onto many side trails if you want to explore some more. I plan to return in the summer.

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Nora D
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Not my favorite trail in the area, but worth doing once at least.

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Bridget H
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Dss 831
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Paul Hilston
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Kim Lengyel
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Jennifer Golis
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Brian McDonough
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Shape Ous
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Will Hewitt
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Daniel McAlonen
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Shape Ous
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Amanda Forrester
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Jim Bird
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Laura Huggins
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Laura Huggins
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