Sharps Hill is a 0.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Bath, New York and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 0.7 miles Elevation Gain: 55 feet Route Type: Loop

kid friendly

hiking

walking

hiking
9 days ago

An awesome place for dogs or kids. This place is covered with trails so it easy to do a 1 mile hike or you could turn it in to an 8 mile hike if you like. All the trails are very well maintained and marked. They are color coded. Some trails dead end. There’s a play ground and pavilion with some charcoal grills. Of course they’re shut down right now because of the pandemic. A great view of the town and you can see a bald eagle nest below in the field. I did some geocaching as well. Tons of wildlife including deer and hundreds of chipmunks. I saw a small bear 2 years ago and there’s a lot of birds to see as well. All around great place.

hiking
8 months ago

Don't use the directions from the app - it takes you to a private property instead. Just follow the signs to Mossy Bank. Nice park!

hiking
Fri Apr 26 2019

We hiked the red, blue and part of the yellow blazed trails today. The trails are very well marked and several of the paths intersect. Most of the of the hiking was easy with a few parts that could give you a decent cardio workout but certainly not a difficult trail. We logged about 2.5 miles of walking.

hiking
Mon Jan 07 2019

Beautiful area. Nice view of the city below. Very poor marked.

Wed Aug 15 2018

Good hike

hiking
Fri Apr 14 2017

We found other trails off this path to make this quite the hiking day. The scenic overview of Bath, NY is quite a site. The facilities at this park are excellent.

mountain biking
Fri Feb 10 2012

Nice Steuben County park overlooking Bath,NY. Small but hilly for a great workout if you don't mind multiple laps. Start at a nice picnic/camping area with a bathroom available and water fountain (good well). Find your way to a spectacular scenic overlook with a view over Bath looking north towards Hammondsport and Keuka Lake. Careful on the trails because your right along a steep cliff above the Cohocton River. West of the overlook you'll even find a launching point for hang gliders.

hiking
7 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
Wed Mar 27 2019