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Juliet Falchi
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If you are looking for a good view or a scenic nature setting this is not the hike for you. Fine for a quick morning hike before work with a little elevation. Or perhaps you are looking for something with a bit of history- (George Washington came here), although I think there are many other more beautiful historic settings in the Hudson valley. Takes about 45 mins to an hour for this exact hike.

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Alessandra D’Ugo
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Easy to follow trail! I went with my family and we had a great time

Lauren D.
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Chris McKeown
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Hiked this today (Sun, 7/12). Make no mistake, this is a physically tough hike. Anthony’s Nose is the best viewpoint followed closely by another of the entire southern Hudson about 2.5 miles in. You could alternatively begin this hike at the Toll House, which is the halfway point. Recommend wearing boots as there are plenty of loose rocks and bringing lots of water. I’d say one of the best hikes in the area!

Julie P
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very short walk to the falls. we got confused at first as we saw people coming from the right side but followed the trail map and went left up the road a small way. you walk under route nine then cut to the right and go down a small trail and there is the falls. there are signs everyway not to go in the water and there are snakes. we saw a black one up close that was on a rock sun bathing then dove in the water and swam away so I have to say there would be no desire to get in the water. the falls though were beautiful. quite a little gem. we did see a park ranger showing up as we were leaving and there weren't a lot of spots. we lucked out with getting the last spot.

Janina S.
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Did this a few weeks ago. Started from the toll house all the way to the top. Pretty challenging. The pathway from the toll house doesn’t seem like it was maintained all that well, so be sure to keep out for the markers so as to not to stray too far from the trail. View was alright. Probably would want to hike it for the challenge rather than the scenery.

Marnie A.
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Very short walk to the waterfall. There was a park ranger sitting by the falls and didn't allow anyone to go in the water. Everyone was really disappointed. Not worth coming from far. Pretty little waterfall. *** Park only in designated spots. The police gave tickets. Small parking area about 8 spots. There are an additional spots when you first make a left onto Indian Brook Rd on the left side. There is no sign.

Matthew Conroy
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Short hike with some rewarding views of West Point, Bear Mountain Bridge and Castle Rock. The last 1/4 mile up to the ridge along Sugarloaf is a bit steep. Summit of Sugarloaf has an abundance of cactus.

Christian Morraz
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Paul Lequeux
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Awesome trail. I definitely recommend to go to Bear Mountain afterwards.

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Christina Paolo
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Finally did this trail after it was closed for a few months due to COVID-19, and I’m so happy finally did it! Bit of fair warning, the climbing 700 feet or so in 2 miles is no joke. But the steep climbs are so worth it! The view at the top is amazing, and the hike back was a breeze.

Mario Febres
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Chris Benitto
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Nice short trail to a beautiful waterfall, go early if you want to avoid people who like to swim in the hole underneath the falls. Very easy little hike.

Gianna Robinson
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Very tight , have to make sure you go when there’s not a lot of people. But really nice !

Howard Shapiro
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Nice hike. Some great views of West Point and the Hudson River.

Dinko Gonzalez
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Wonderful trail going through several biomes. Lizards and cactus at the summit. Cactus flower end of June. Beautiful. Done this trail twice

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Karen Valenti
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Good Hike - took the route a lil to steep for kids (unless they have done it before). But the views were so worth it!!

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Sinèad Fe
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1.5 miles uphill to Anthony nose peak, great view but disappointed with the rest of the trail. Not many attractions other than the first peak. Lots of ups and downs though. Very buggy, very crowded.

Eva RN
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Actually really liked this trail because of its elevation and views. The only downside were the big flies tryin to bite me every minute. Also had to cut the hike short and turn back earlier than I wanted because I saw a bear.

Cristian Farfán
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Kate Chang
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Fredda Malena
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Wow! Others called this easy, I call it extremely hard! It was worth the climb... this hike was basically a climb going straight up rocks. Very rocky too. Very fun but would call this HARD! Worth the climb because the view is spectacular! You can see the water, the bridge, trains, boats, mountains and mountains... amazing but hard!

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