Vroman's Nose Loop Trail is a 1.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Middleburgh, New York that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great little hike! Plenty of kids on trail; great spots for lunch!
I hiked the green loop trail Easter morning. It was a perfect day for it. The weather was warm, it was not as crowded and the views were well worth it. It was a small hike, but great to get back into the groove for this approaching summer. If you choose to do the full green loop trail, be mindful that at the finishing point you will have to walk back about .5 mile to the parking lot. I'm glad I did the loop. There is also an option on the green loop to merge and head to the parking lot directly.
Great day hike with an amazing panoramic payout.
Make sure to take "the secret trail" down the other side to make a loop (although it does tend to be a bit muddier in the spring).
Little wet right now.. but great views...
Super muddy right now (April 9, 2017) Make sure your boots are waterproof ;)
beautiful hike, one of our favorites.
We snowshoed here yesterday. It had snowed about 7-10 inches and it was beautiful. You won't see the view though at the top but the trees covered in snow was enough view for us. A lot of uphill climbs and downhill descents. Make sure your snowshoe works well. Trails are well marked. Have fun!
My uncle told me about this hike as I was on my way out the door coming back from his cabin in Middleburg . I didn't really know what to expect just put it in the GPS and decided to stop off on my way home. I didn't have my hiking boots so luckily it was a super easy hike. Certainly a great place for kids and small dogs. The top is amazing a smooth rock surface that stretches out a pretty long ways offering some great veiws.
As an update to my previous review: I now realize what I thought were green blazes on the blue trail were actually aqua blazes for the Long Path.
The loop is actually comprised of multiple trails: The Green, the Yellow, and a portion of the Blue. These trails are well marked with the exception that on the Blue Trail had both Blue and Green Blazes on the trees. As always, the view from the top is awesome. If you want to do the full loop, I recommend that you follow the Green Trail from the parking lot to the Yellow Trail to the Blue Trail and back to the Green Trail as I think it will be easier to head back down the Green Trail as opposed to the Blue Trail.