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Great hike. Top trail is very challenging. I saw 12 deer. Bottom trail is gravel path and easy. Combined they make a great adventure. Bring water and a camera.

I really enjoyed this trail! It’s half hard/half easy... and really it’s only hard because of the steady incline. Beautiful views for the first half through the woods, second half is walking through a residential area, Nyack beach, and along the Hudson. This trail has a little of everything! Easy to find, easy parking.

I’d say it’s moderate, not hard. Beautiful views.

6.92 miles tracked , took 2:15 did the loop starting in parking lot and walking North up the path along the river.
Once on the Long Path more of a workout. Really nice trail.

The Hook Mountain trail isn't easy but very rewarding with the views!

Nyack Beach - - It's an easy walk along the river with a beautiful view.

A very good moderate hike, definitely not a hard one.
6.4 miles and 3 hours with beautiful views of the Hudson.
3 miles of it is on roads and along the river bed, so technically that part is just walking.
But the initial 3+ miles is a pretty decent workout, varied terrain, some rocks, and brilliant views.
And the road elevation towards the end leading up to the parking is a good one too, giving a bit of satisfaction after 3 miles of just walking.
This hike provides a good opportunity to combine hiking and a picnic along the Nyack beach, saw many people doing that.
Overall, not a bad way to spend a Saturday morning.

Great trail, beautiful views.

hiking
3 months ago

The hook mountain trail is a rewarding climb. the Nyack trail is nice along the water but it is just a footpath along the shore and is not really a hike.

Half of trail is hiking with decent climb. Other half is flat on roads/path along the river. Good for running.

Spectacular views from the ridge of NY city, the Hudson River and the lake. Cactus growing at the top, deer running through the trees and turkey vultures flying at eye level over the cliffs.

Great views. Trail is pretty eroded in some parts from overuse, though. Should be rated as moderate.

Part 1 follows Long Path teal blazes through forest over rocky and steep terrain. There are several scenic overlooks of the Hudson River. Teal blazes were easy enough to find while running, but it was not possible to run the entire part 1 due to rocks and steep drops at times. I saw lots of deer and some birds. When you see white blazes, part 2 begins. The white blazes take you through forest to Midland Ave. Make your way east to the River over roads for a short distance. Part 3 is on the multi-use path next to the Hudson River, which you pick up at Nyack Beach. There is a big climb on road back up to start.

hiking
2 months ago

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