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High Tor State. Park closed today——so no way to access the trail

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6 months ago

My 5 year old and my dog came with me for this one. A steady climb up, but easy. And such great reward for such little work! The views are incredible, even by Rockland County standards.
Hard to find the entry to the trail from High Tor State Park parking lot, but it’s there! (In a far corner.) Also, the trail that leads to the long path isn’t actually marked with blazes, but so easy to follow regardless.

one foot infront on the other keep a steady pace, great views when you reach the top elevation. moderate begining that levels off for a relaxing stroll.

Drove all the way there from Brooklyn and park was closed today Feb 3 2018.

Sunday, August 13, 2017

We Started at the trail behind parking lot steep incline to the top of long path and then a short distance to the top of the mountain. Great views. Moderate difficulty level for those not used to hiking, but once you reach the long path it becomes easy level hiking.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Very nice and clean trail. Lots to see at both mountain tops!

A nice short hike typical of Harriman. Trail begins directly across from the entrance to the Sebago Lake boat launch area, where you can park. After a short but moderately steep uphill on the Blue trail, go left on the Yellow trail (the intersection could be better marked), which follows the crest of Conklin Mountain. There are a handful of little streams, and the path narrows at points between shoulder-high brush. After about a mile, the trail turns left and you'll encounter a pretty waterfall. Take another left on a kind of blah gravel road and left again at the Red "ski trail," marked by a rusty sign (facing the opposite direction) reading "Foot Travel Only." The Red trail is a lovely gentle downhill walk following the course of a fast-running stream (at least it was fast-running in early May). You'll eventually reach Seven Mile Road a little ways up from where you started. Cross the road and continue on the Red trail back to the parking area.

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Sunday, January 22, 2017

A nice steady incline up to some awesome vantage points . It was very slick outside in late December when I did this hike so certain points were a little tough . Still managed to make it up without any of my hiking gear. Great place to take first time hikers, one trail that will take you all the way to high tor and back to the parking lot . personally I thought little tor was the nicer of the two .

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