Explore the best trails in New York with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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hiking
16 hours ago

A very easy, long walk in the woods that leaves you with great views! Didn't expect the waterfall to be so full this time of year but it was a nice treat. Packed a lunch and really enjoyed taking in the views with my hiking buddy. Just a friendly suggestion - cross the road from the parking lot and walk along the road there to the trail sign. First walk to what we thought was the entrance to the trailhead was not what we thought it was and can be easily missed on the other side of the road. Looking forward to returning to this hike and also hiking the other trails! :-)

16 hours ago

Incredible views! Well worth the difficult hike!

Approx 2 miles in (after 2 bridge), I ran across an area of water I could not cross. Had to turn around because water was too high. Tried to go around without success. Need a bridge here. No bugs, great temp.

Breathtaking views at the summit but only visible from the tower. Last mile or so is challenging .. most rock climbing but SO worth it

Easy hike, breathtaking views. Loved it!

geocaching
23 hours ago

Beautiful Park! Great blend of tree covered and open areas, well maintained, little muddy in a few spots but manageable. Loved that it didn't feel like you were on a trail in some spots with the leaves down. And my dog loved exploring the area too!

awesome hike to the Crag. I strongly suggest doing the rock scramble it looks nerve wrecking but its awesome.

Started at prospect st parking lot and went up orange summit trail. Pretty steep in some sections but it only took about 22 minutes to get up. Then went over the top and followed the orange trail until the purple trail. If you keep following orange you end up on Hackensack st. Great quick hike for me and my dog. 55 minutes for the whole thing.