Looking for a great trail near Hardwick Township, New Jersey? AllTrails has 22 great hiking trails, running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Wawayanda State Park or Walpack Fish and Wildlife Management Area, we've got you covered. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 8 easy trails in Hardwick Township ranging from 1 to 4.5 miles and from 383 to 1,571 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Great hike up Kaiser then on to Sunfish pond - out and back. Saw three bald eagles, big blue sky and great long views

Hiked it clockwise and did the loop around Sunfish pond to make it an even 12 miles. I'd rate this moderate difficulty, nothing is too challenging. Going clockwise, the ascent up the AT is gradual and pretty rocky. Coming back down turquoise trail was green & mossy. Great change of scenery. There are a number of stream crossings, not all of them have rocks you can jump across. I had to get creative and cross up/downstream of the trail a few times to avoid getting my feet wet. The climb up & down Tammany was a bit more intense than the rest of the trail but pretty short. Great views of the gap at the top!

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17 days ago

Was a great hike. Need to do a little more research and plan better but was still a great hike and got to see some great views from the At trail!!!! Look forward to doing it again!!!!!

A little bit of frost

Great easy trail and beautiful area

Great trail. Wear waterproof hiking shoes in winter.

a real nice hike

Took five hours, streams weren’t impenetrable but another few inches of water would have made things more difficult (and already required rock hopping or log crossings.) The section along the stream thru the valley was incredibly beautiful! You can cut out Mt Tammany for a less strenuous, very beautiful day hike — imho it’s not the best part of the hike

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1 month ago

We have hiked this trail many times. Its not too picturesque but the pond is cool

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1 month ago

Nice but return on green Din field trail was messed up by high water. Trail expected 5 crossovers on the creek. Did one and worked my way back on that side to avoid water. Guess I could have taken my shoes off and walked across?

Rocky fun! Could do without initial Interstate sound but that softens as you make your way into the woods.

Nice long hike.. The dunnfield creek trail has a lot of fallen trees and high water passes.12 miles and around 4 hrs.Highly recommend !!!

This trail is beautiful. Was a rainy day but we pushed forward and climbed the rocks to the top. Was fun to follow the stream down as well. The river and waterfalls are nice to watch.

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2 months ago

Pretty nice. Some left over snow and ice and some miss and mushrooms and a lot of mud.

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no shade
2 months ago

Great loop trail, not hard, more moderate except maybe the length. A good view off trail at the AT campsite north side of trail. Pond views were nice. Pond was frozen over. Saw some bear tracks around the pond. A lot of trees down on the green trail and turquoise trail wasn’t marked all that great. But all in all a great Hike. Several interesting creek crossings on the green trail, be sure to wear appropriate footwear. I did the hike clockwise, I would suggest counterclockwise only if you are including Mt Tammanay Red and a blue dot trails. The climb was difficult after the 10 mile loop and ice made the decent a little tricky but view was worth it. Get out there and check it out!!!

Rocky, steep and exhausting. Beautiful.

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2 months ago

Nicely maintained trail through a variety of habitat types. We only saw one other person on the whole loop. We’re grateful that free resources like this are available to us. Nice job RVC!

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