High Tor via Long Path is a 2.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near New City, New York that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.1 miElevation gain603 ftRoute typeOut & back
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This route is rocky and a bit steep right before arriving at the scenic point which continues going uphill. Since this is an out-and-back, the trail can be tricky coming down. Overall, this is a nice trail in the woods. There is no parking at the trailhead, limited off road along old route 304, across from 400 Haverstraw Road.

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Shea Myski
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Shea Myski
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Stefanie Smentek
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Yaakov Rosenthal
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Nice short mildly challenging hike.

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roland collins
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julie_journeys on instagram
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Some nice views, a quieter path. Follow my instagram for more adventures @julie_journeys

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Carol Tong
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No parking lot, limited off road along old route 304, across from 400 Haverstraw Road. Rocky, bit steep right before scenic point which is going uphill but given it's an in and out, tricky coming down. Overall, nice walk alone in the woods. Only saw one couple on my way out at around 11:30am on Saturday!

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Billy McGrann
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Foggy and Spooky when we went, but could tell the views would have been very nice on a more clear day

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Steve Leiser
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Matthew Wemple
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HikingBlowdownGreat!

Really fun - just enough challenge and things to be interested in for a shorter hike. Couple of great views. In the morning, saw some wildlife and saw lots of birds along the way. Be sure to turn right at the big boulder to take the trail initially marked with three white blazes to the top. Parking is tricky and finding the trail head isn't the easiest. There's an opening on Old 304 that is NOT the trail head with a small sign stating so. Continue about 30 feet ahead and you'll see the small opening where the Teal blazes begin.

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John Kutzko
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C. G.
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good trail but the path is hard to find

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Raed Salam
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Very good local hike to do if you're looking for a moderately intensive workout. Views were awesome at the top! The trail itself wasn't too bad. Some high grade paths at some points but very doable. Would recommend hiking shoes for stability because of all the rocks.

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Leah Frank
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HikingBugsMuddyRockyScramble

Good local quickie with the option for a rock scramble (take blue trail markers off of the green trail) and some nice views of the Hudson River from the top.

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Ann Lewis
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If you don’t like rocky terrain where you have to choose each footfall carefully you won’t like this. Great views at the top though.

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Eliezer Shaffren
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Excellent trail. Muddy in the beginning. Took 5 kids ages 13 down to 5 and all handled avoiding the mud, then the two steep climbs at the end. Excellent views. Lots of fun. Highly recommend as a moderate hike. When you get to the base of the scramble at the end, follow the green signs to the left. We didn’t realize the green went to the left and instead took the blue, which was a straight climb up rocks up the mountain. But we found the green for the way down, which was easier.

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Danielle Levine
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HikingMuddy

Great trail with fabulous views at the top. Lower third of the way up was on-and-off muddy today but you can avoid the mud stepping on rocks or just off-trail. Clear trail markers. Steep at first and then again at the top. The top of the path is heading up rocks on step-type rocks.

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Stephanie Paz
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HikingMuddy

Great day, trail was a little muddy in certain areas. We decided not to do the steep incline towards the second mile because it was a little steep and weren’t sure how the dog would handle it. Next time we will!

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Josh Vincenzo
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First time of this quick fun trail! Not overly crowded and people were kind and respecting social distancing for the most part, besides the few energetic kids. Will come back.

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Jonah Lipsky
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Nice trail with some sweet views!

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Tim Vee
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Great hike. Walk west on Haverstraw road to find trail on your right. Look for green/blue blazes. Muddy and rocky at start, going uphill. Then levels off. Good for kids who don’t mind climbing a bit. Beautiful views, very light traffic.

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Phil Metzger
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