Reeves Brook Loop Trail is a 3.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Sloatsburg, New York that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length3.8 miElevation gain872 ftRoute typeLoop
HikingCaveDog friendlyForestLakeRiverViewsWaterfallWildlifeMuddyRockyScramble
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The Trailhead is at Reeves Meadow. Reeves Brook trail offers gorgeous streams and waterfalls up to Chipmunk Mountain where you'll meet rock scrambles and nice views. Hikers suggest doing it counter clockwise to avoid going down the scramble.

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Harriman Park-Reeves Meadow Visitor center, Sloatsburg NY

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mike m
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Hiking

Took the pipeline shortcut down due to sundown coming. Lots of large streams difficult crossing. Friends fell in and her lower body soaked. But otherwise very nice

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Jagoda M
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Hiking

Great casual hike. Nothing too hard mostly just small up and down. Used spikes the whole time and would defiantly recommend having them.

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Brian Hoff
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HikingIcyRockyScrambleSnow

Beautiful hike with great views in the snow. I went counter clockwise as advised in the description. With the snow, the scramble section is DANGEROUS if you have little to no experience rock climbing given the limited options. I would NOT take Thais trail clockwise. My microspikes were a huge help on less trafficked sections. I’m planning to do this again in the spring.

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brownietheracoon .
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Alexander Goers
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HikingGreat!IcySnow

The trail in snow was fun but the cliffs were pretty challenging when it is that icy.

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Martha Belle
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It is well paved and marking are clear on the tree, very helpful. But I skipped the rocks due to how slippery it is. Great hour in a half hike

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Carey Wagner
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Light snow and ice. Microspikes saved me.

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Shirley Lalehzar
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somin park
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Gicela Gonzalez
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HikingIcyRockyScramble

Beautiful trail with steep rock scramble. Spectacular views from summit.

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keith gardener
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HikingIcyScramble

not quite as challenging as I thought but still a nice hike/workout. As others have said much smarter to go counterclockwise as to avoid the steep rock scramble near the summit. Walk time was around 1hr 40 minutes. very nice views at top.

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Jeff Picc
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Cold and difficult but beautiful

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Matt A'mbrzk
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Rob Wunder
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Matt Stallone
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Excellent trail, with lots of variety. I do have to say there was a section of scrambling we didn’t expect and with a dog it was semi challenging. Also, our elevation was around 1100.

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Eli Shaffer
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Bring a map and be prepared to really look for wonky markings. Good, varied terrain, good views. Saw a Bald Eagle and an owl. Light traffic today (Tues late morning) but lucky for me I ran into a few folks that set me on the right path after getting super lost with a dead phone. There are a few steep scrambles.

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