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Elaine Mathews reviewed Marcy Dam Trail
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Trail ultimately became a stream. Kept us cool and created an interesting visual trail I enjoyed this hike more so today than if it was 80-90.

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HikingBlowdownOff trailOver grownRockyScramble

Wow. Well, we had to cars so one was parked at the end of the trail that was heading down Dix and one was where we started up to Grace. We did a lot of bushwacking. We would have the trail then lose it. This made us lose some time on the day cause other than that we were making good time. We walked up the slide of Grace, which was insane. Beautiful views everywhere. Grace Peak was nice but the look out just after the slide has way better views and more chances for good pics. After that, getting all the other Peaks were relatively easy. Heading down Dix hurt a lot, but it's better than scrambling down the slide on Grace. It was about 17.5 miles for the entire loop and we got back just before we would need head lamps.

Jeff Maloney reviewed Marcy Dam Trail
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rain the whole way

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HikingFeeGreat!Rocky

Well worth it! Very moderate hike, not too hard and worth it for the vies from the different peaks

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My wife, three boys (9, 7, 5) and I hiked up to the top of Thomas Mountain using the blue path and made a right on the yellow path. It was about 1.5 miles up to the top and a 700 foot incline. The first part was relatively easy, whereas where the yellow path began and finished at the top of the mountain was challenging as the incline was 557 feet over a .8 mile distance. In all the view was definitely worth it at the top.

Melanie K. reviewed Suffern-Bear Mountain Trail
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We planned on doing the Suffern trail and ending at Kakiat Park. We were 4 miles into our hike and ran into a mama bear and her cubs. We ended up backtracking our hike to the start in Suffern. Please be cautious when hiking as less people are out due to severe heat. The animals are out more and we even ran into lots of spider webs from the lack of hikers. Giving this hike 4 stars for the challenge as we have completed a portion of it in the past numerous times.

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HikingBugs

The temperature was perfect and the views were worth it! Got there around 4:30pm and it was just me going up...met two groups coming down. Bugs were a lil bad at the start of the hike and the horse flys at the top got me a couple times.

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HikingBlowdownBugsRockyScramble

Great views in the few overlooks. The first two miles to the overlook is beastly uphill with almost no break, difficult even with a sub-20 lb pack. That trail can also be very packed (we saw close to a hundred people) because it’s less of a trail and more of a gravel road. After the overlook it is more trail -like and much less people. Most distance signs on trail markers are inaccurate. No rattlesnakes seen. We didn’t do the devils path loop, but instead went on to huckleberry point. Well worth it, the point offers stunning views and great areas to camp. Bear in mind there are only 3 guaranteed water locations on this trail: in the beginning near the overlook parking lot, echo lake, and devils lean-to. There is also more at the platte cove waterfall north of the lean-to but that is not technically on the trail. Be prepared for the water situation

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Great and easy hike to get some great views of the lake

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Alex Hernandez reviewed Indian Head Mountain Loop
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Hiking

Fun, well shaded trail. The beginning is a good calm warm up, then good mile or so of heavy vertical, mellows back out to a more gradual ascent. Only one viewpoint with worthwhile views, but well paced and good exercise. Overall moderate difficulty, would recommend.

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HikingGreat!Scramble

Trail was definitely a challenge, but the rewards are well worth the time and energy! Took us about 8.5-9 hours of active hike time round trip, and we spent about an hour and half at the top (and we didn’t want to leave!). Amazing views of the other high peaks, Vermont, Lake Champlain, and Canada. The scramble to get to the summit was an experience, but no specialized equipment is needed. Would highly recommend!

James Robinson reviewed Bruce Trail: Niagara Section
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Hiking

walked the section from Niagara to St Catharines approx 20kms. Largely wooded area. Not particularly picturesque, but good for shade, keeping cool and getting those clicks in. Take your hiking boots - there is uneven, some rocky terrain and will help you keep a good pace.

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We did the loop starting with the north trail— pretty easy except for one section that was a little steep. We went on a cloudy misty morning and so the visibility from the tower was nil, but it was a nice hike nonetheless. Our soon-to-be six year old loved spotting all the newts along the way- we must have seen like 30!

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Lots of rocks and boulders to tackle. Definitely believe the hard rating. Top was fogged in.

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Tim Cruz reviewed Lower Wolfjaw Mountain
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