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HikingRockyScramble

Gorgeous views. Fun hike. Parking is a non issue, plenty of spots near lake and pick up trail as soon as you cross the grass at lot. We went counterclockwise, came down Mary’s Glen then needed to Walk on road about .3 miles back to car to complete the loop. A bit muddy in Mary’s Glen area, boots are a great idea (especially on rocks).

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Hiking

Well groomed and marked trails. Easy hike which took us about 1 1/4 hour to do all of the trails.

Kim Patt reviewed East Esker Trail
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HikingBlowdownBugsRocky

I would recommend this trail to anyone looking for a challenge. My boyfriend and I did this trail so he could break in his new shoes. It was challenging at parts but I think it’s a good mix of terrains and elevations.

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This is a fabulous hike. Excellent for new hikers. There are so many places to stop with magnificent views. Some rock scramble, but other than the peak, it is not too difficult

Lei Takanashi reviewed Bonticou Crag Trail
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HikingScramble

The scramble is intense. But that’s what makes it fun! You really feel like you are kinda climbing up a mountain. Worth the view. Otherwise, the trails are ok. You are really coming here for the giant scramble.

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Hiking

came back with a friend to wander around!

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Brian Demarest reviewed Long Pond and Green Trail Loop
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Hiking

Very enjoyable!

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Ellie DuJack reviewed Schodack Town Park
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Hiking

Nice mostly flat walk through the woods along a stream. Super kid friendly with plenty of places to wade in to the water. There is also a field trail that is nicely mowed. Lots of plants and small wildlife to view.

Carolina Gutierrez reviewed Blue Mountain Twin Summits Trail
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Hiking

Good intro for first time hikers and/or to go with kids. Could couple this hike with a picnic as the park has a nice picnic area by the pond. Very easy but not recommended if you are trying to challenge yourself. The trail is probably missing a couple of trail marks to guide you better. Once you get to the top of Summit there’s no view.

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Ellen Pieroni reviewed Hunter's Creek Park
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HikingBugsMuddy

Overall, this is a fun hike. On the easier side of moderate. However, I did find the trail markings to be pretty confusing. I found myself in a few trails that didn’t feel like actual trails, and had to retrace my steps and go another way. Lots of “intersections” and I’m pretty sure I was following orange, blue, pink, red, and green trails all at different points of the hike. The AllTrails map of the trail turned out to be very useful. A little muddy and a little buggy, with many detours but overall a solid hike.

Jake Quadrino reviewed Stillwell Woods Trail
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Mountain biking

Stillwell is perfect, as always. The south side jericho trailhead section was overgrown and dense but fun.

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Alyia Perez reviewed Black Creek Preserve Trail
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Hiking

Hilly. Overall clean and nice

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Hiking

Relaxing and insightful

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Jacob Anderson reviewed East Esker Trail
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Hiking

Very nice trail. We stayed mostly on the bridal path, which is a little more challenging then the other. Must be very nice in the fall and winter without the “no-see me’s”. But hey , it’s summer hiking ! Can’t wait to try snowshoeing on some of off shoot trails

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Hiking

Well maintained, great all the way through. I had to deal with a few buggy spots but over all a great trail.

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NOT A BIKING TRAIL!!!! ALL SAND!! BIKERS BE WARN!!

Easy to moderate hike with a small lake next to the parking lot.

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Yuen Chun reviewed Buttermilk Hill Loop
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Hiking

Very nice footing, shady with some incline to boot.

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Sam C reviewed East Esker Trail
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Teja Majali Gavankar reviewed Connetquot River State Park Preserve
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Hiking

It was easy, walking trail. Very well marked. Park opens at 8am. We came at 7:30 here for an early hike. They didn’t let us in. With a fishing pass you can come in early.

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Oscar Durand reviewed Hither Hills Trail
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Hiking

Beautiful hike and amazing views. Lots of mosquitos so come prepared. I would skip the eastern part of the hike that takes you through an industrial/residential area.

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HikingOver grown

It’s an ATV trail. Might be doable to hike in spring and winter, but it’s terribly overgrown right now. Very tall grass.

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HikingGreat!

Loved this trail, really happy we did it counter clockwise, thanks to everyone's comments here. There was drinkable water after the lookout point (3/4 into the hike). Lots (90%) canopy shade, not too hot, also not too muddy or too crowded (esp for a Sat afternoon). Took us about 5.5 hours, with a few short snack/water breaks.

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