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Torne Mount Ivy Trail is a 16 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Pomona, New York that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, running, snowshoeing, and backpacking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 16.0 mi Elevation gain 3,024 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Backpacking

Hiking

Snowshoeing

Running

Forest

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Chris Hawks
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Hiking

Good loop from AMC camp. A little buggy in swamp areas but not bad. Nicely shaded. Third reservoir area was so peaceful.

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Chaim Hirsch
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Hiking

I don’t know why this trail is rated as “hard” but non the less hiking in the almighty’s nature was breathtaking.

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Erica Gordon
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Hiking

I wouldn't consider this hard for myself. Some parts were challenging because markers aren't really visable and trails are a little hidden because of logs, leaves and branches so it's important to keep your map up to stay on the correct path. There were a handful of cars in the lot when I got here and I haven't seen or heard anyone on the trail which is awesome, it's nice to be in peacefulness in nature. All in all this was a good trail but I became a little turned off since I had to worry about staying on the trail and not truly enjoying the beauty.

Stefan -
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HikingRocky

Nice trail, not too difficult. I’d rate it as moderate. Few decent climbs but nothing to crazy (e.g. like breakneck or in the mountains). Would do it again.

greg podunovich
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Michael Fink
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HikingRockySnow

Hell of a trail. I only did it one way, for a total of 8 miles. I went after an ice storm, could have used crampons. The trail was very well marked. Little misses here and there, but no biggy. I made sure to stick to the trail. I started from the spring valley side to Tuxedo station. The first mile was about a 900 ft elevation. Make sure you have clothing that can handle sweat, especially during cold weather. It was a hard trail just what I was looking for.

Jonathan Jesensky
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Running

Trail needs to be maintained a bit, otherwise if was everything I was looking for. Be careful, almost stepped on a rattlesnake

Jerry Meagher
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Hiking
First to Review

Second year in a row I've hiked it in October. Beautiful Fall colors. Accessed the Mt. Ivy trail from Tuxedo via the Ramapo Dunderberg trail.

Tim Gillen
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Richard Corde
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Lisa LoCricchio
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Raul Rodriguez
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Catherine B.
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Michael Lombardi
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Adam Kalamchi
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Adam Kalamchi
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Adrianne Butters
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Ivona Bors
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Michael Lombardi
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Alfred Smith
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Töm Bombadil
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Ahron Halperin
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John Labriola
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Rachel Neabore
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Josepb W.
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Jason Parkin
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