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Seven Hills and Reeves Brook Loop

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Harriman State Park

Seven Hills and Reeves Brook Loop is a 4.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Suffern, New York that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.4 mi Elevation gain 1,043 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Hiking Nature trips Bird watching Views Wildlife Rocky Scramble
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David Nothanksfb
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Unmarked and confusing! Extremely difficult rock scrambles across 4 peaks!

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Bryan Fok
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The trail is very poorly blazed, poorly maintained, and so rocky, but it did have some great views.

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Jen L
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Did this loop on Sunday. The parking lot is tiny so unless you get there at 8am, park alongside Seven Lakes Dr, but make sure you're inside the white line or you'll get a ticket. Bathrooms are closed right now so make sure you don't need facilities. None of the local businesses are allowing public use either. Trail was great, followed white to blue and finished in about 3 hours as we got a bit turned around, some of the trail markings are hard to see. Only muddy/buggy part was near the last .5 miles, make sure you have bug spray on. Overall, very pleasant hike, a few rock scrambles, lots of shade and canopy. A lot of people out in Harriman and the parking was overrun, but this trail was quiet, didn't bump into many hikers and trail was wide enough to let people pass without getting too close if need be. Majority were wearing masks or would put them on when we passed.

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Siobhan M
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Really nice, challenging trail - I’d rate it closer to hard if you’re going to do the full loop. Very rocky with some steep inclines. We were moving at a pretty decent pace and it took about 2h 20 m. Beautiful views at the lookout! Note that there were tons of cars parked along the trail entrance today (4/19) but this trail wasn’t actually that crowded.

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Sara Messinger
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The trail is red, blue, black then white with the entrance to the right of the parking lot although we did the hike backwards and it was great. Lots of climbing and rocks with nice waterfalls, streams and lookout points. Good for a day that isn't too hot.

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Sam Gray
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Frank Smith
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First half of the trail there were absolutely no markings. Luckily I had my phone. Besides that awesome trail.

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Jillian Cutone
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11/23/18: This was a nice moderate loop with some minor rock scrambling in parts and some nice little waterfalls. The ground was hard/frozen in many parts but only a little bit of ice here and there. I would definitely not recommend this trail in winter/ice conditions unless you have the proper equipment (microspikes etc) as there are some steeper rock portions that would be hard/dangerous to navigate with just Boots on. We arrive at the trailhead at 8:30 and finished by 11:30.

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Ashley B
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Excellent hike, followed blue up and white down. Trail adequately marked though I wish I had a map to ensure I was making the full loop. Had to help my agile pup up the scrambles a few times, otherwise he was good on his own. Views are definitely worth the hike.

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Big Mamma
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Awesome... on the challenging side but not too crazy... one sketchy spot on seven hills... beautifully peaceful... only one set of tracks besides mine... I went up blue and caught white for the return... deep snow in spots... so worth the extra effort

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Samantha Lefave
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Good little day hike, and the fall foliage is great right now. The rock scrambles kept it fun and interesting. I wish the trail itself wasn’t overloaded with smaller stones - felt like I was constantly staring at the ground to make sure I didn’t misstep, so it took away from me enjoying my gorgeous surroundings. Stopped by Seven Station after for a beer, bite to eat, and live music.

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Terence Mcgowan
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Enjoyed this very much. It was fairly steep both up and down in spots. Some of the scrambling sections were challenging for the dogs but they did them unaided. Would definitely do this again

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Jessica Smith
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Great day hike, not too far from Sloatsburg NJT stop. Definitely recommend stopping at the Reves Meadow Visitor Center first + grabbing a trail map ($11) -- you'll lose service near the views + having a map is just generally a good idea. Hike gets a bit rocky/challenging; there's some scrambling, but nothing impossible. Stopped to eat lunch near Torne View, which was a good halfway point. It took approximately 3 hours + you'll come back out near the Visitor Center. If you're new to hiking but still consider yourself somewhat athletic, this is a perfect route to get started! Wouldn't recommend bringing a dog.

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Marius Draghici
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Boaz Livny
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Brian Park
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Thamara Gabriel
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Hilda Masih
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Dylan Garret
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Noreen Marzan
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Vicki Ferreira
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Sudhir D
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Flori Marquez
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Phil Buttacavoli
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jay I
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