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Great trail with a little of everything. Nice forest trail, good views and lookouts and fun scrambles. Challenging but not crazy.

Beautiful hike along a very active creek

Great hike a few good views. There were some challenging rock scrambling. We spent 4 hours hiking on a perfect warm day. We parked one car at Reeves and started at the Sebago Boat Launch where we parked 2nd car. Would highly recommend this hike!

We went with snow and cold even if sunny weather. We got nearly lost at times because we had no maps on us, I only took a picture of a map at the visitor center, but thanks to snow traces of other people on the trails, we found the way. We made a longer loop and it took us nearly 3 hours and a half. I would like to come back in summer too. It was a good hike. Better with a map.

Awesome... on the challenging side but not too crazy... one sketchy spot on seven hills... beautifully peaceful... only one set of tracks besides mine... I went up blue and caught white for the return... deep snow in spots... so worth the extra effort

Good little day hike, and the fall foliage is great right now. The rock scrambles kept it fun and interesting. I wish the trail itself wasn’t overloaded with smaller stones - felt like I was constantly staring at the ground to make sure I didn’t misstep, so it took away from me enjoying my gorgeous surroundings. Stopped by Seven Station after for a beer, bite to eat, and live music.

nice views , water falls and streams everywhere. nice hike

So beautiful, we were able to just get off the marked path, climb one of the big rocks and take a look at the fall foliage. It was amazing

Enjoyed this very much. It was fairly steep both up and down in spots. Some of the scrambling sections were challenging for the dogs but they did them unaided. Would definitely do this again

Great day hike, not too far from Sloatsburg NJT stop. Definitely recommend stopping at the Reves Meadow Visitor Center first + grabbing a trail map ($11) -- you'll lose service near the views + having a map is just generally a good idea. Hike gets a bit rocky/challenging; there's some scrambling, but nothing impossible. Stopped to eat lunch near Torne View, which was a good halfway point. It took approximately 3 hours + you'll come back out near the Visitor Center. If you're new to hiking but still consider yourself somewhat athletic, this is a perfect route to get started! Wouldn't recommend bringing a dog.

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