Trying to find the best New Jersey trails? AllTrails has 805 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking 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 Ringwood, Hardwick Township or Morristown, we've got you covered. If you're looking for great New Jersey state park trails, check out Palisades Interstate Park. Or for some great local park options, check out Ramapo Valley County Reservation near Tuxedo Park or Schooleys Mountain Park near Long Valley. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 520 easy trails in New Jersey ranging from 0.6 to 50.4 miles and from 0 to 1,791 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Hiked this loop today with 5 people and 8 dogs. Trail was well maintained. There was some large puddles, but was able to walk around all of them. Will do this one again.

hiking
17 hours ago

it's all paved and pretty boring tbh

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rocky
scramble
20 hours ago

Definitely a trail to get your heart rate going. I would not recommend if you have large dogs. My guy is an experienced and energetic hiker, I was able to maneuver him down one of the scrambles but the second was too much with out a lift. I looked around for other routes but could not find anything and had to turn back around. Rocky trail, small streams. Didn’t see any snakes but was told others on the trail saw one, keep a look out.

Picture perfect. Beautiful views.

First real hike for my 3 year old .He enjoyed it.steep climb.we used a toddler carrier when we were near the top. Good hiking shoes is a must .beautiful view at the top. kids would enjoy .crowded but perfect as my lil one is a social butterfly and everybody were pleasant.overall a day well spent and we all enjoyed .

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rocky
22 hours ago

did this trail today, perfect for moderate hikers

hiking
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

This is a great hike. Very busy though. Especially on the weekends. Beautiful views all of the way up.

A lot of mud today. Also not much scenery at all. pleasant otherwise

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over grown
1 day ago

Highly recommend! Clean trails, easy to follow markers.

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muddy
1 day ago

Super easy and nice trail to walk. Lake views are good.

First time here and a total newbie to this kind of a hike. Was difficult at first but not really hard. I took some advice and went up the red trail and down the blue. The views were spectacular and the clear water and waterfalls on the way down were gorgeous. Had the pleasure of seeing some nice folks on the trail. Walked with a young lady on the way down and made the experience so much the better as I was a bit of a fish out of water. Inspired me to take on more hikes in the future, so, whoever you are, thank you so very much!

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bugs
muddy
rocky
scramble
1 day ago

hiking
bugs
off trail
rocky
1 day ago

It was an enjoyable hike! I would recommend it as moderate overall. The first 3/4th mile is significant elevation to climb, but the view of lake George is wonderfully worth it. The rest of the hike is not to bad except for some poor trail marking. Pay attention to were the trail is beatened down to keep from wandering off.

Very nice easy loop a bit muddy right now in mid May

May 18, 2019. A nice, shady, afternoon stroll. A few tiny uphill sections, but mostly flat and rolling otherwise. Still a little muddy from recent rain, though it’s easy to find a solid path around any of the gooey spots. I added on the Eagle Point 911 Memorial and overlook...totally recommend.

Nice family trail. Well marked. Bridge is out so small portion on road.

hiking
1 day ago

Our first attempt at one part of the Batona. Russ Anderson Rd to 72

Great trail of you can find it, significant portion washed away what once was trails was now streams, had to go off trail several times. Great fun anyway.

hiking
muddy
1 day ago

More later

hiking
1 day ago

3 miles not 2.2

Lot of muddy road due to rain. But a nice stream and shade trail

Not blazed. Path obstructed. Turned around and left

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