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Amiee Story reviewed Green Lakes Perimeter Trail
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HikingBugsGreat!

Nice trail. Original creator made paths to connect all the actual trails, so you have to be creative sometimes if you don’t want to be on the main roads. Parked at the beach and did the walk. Very enjoyable! Longer than 9.7 miles, finished at almost 11

Ryan Stevens reviewed Bearpaw Trail
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Hiking

So awesome but go the opposite direction of what the trail arrows say to go. Basically enter it on the East end of the trail where all the cabins are. Otherwise you will end the hike going up a giant hill which is so dumb to end a hike with.

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V P reviewed Cascade Mountain
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Hiking

This is a great hike for anyone training for strength and endurance. It’s a little challenging, but worthwhile for the view. Pack a lunch and enjoy a picnic on the top. Can be cooler and quite windy at the top. Pack plenty of mosquito and bug repellant. A trekking pole will be useful. Amazing worthwhile view at the top.

Greg Roppa reviewed Baxter Preserve Loop
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Tall grass throughout and no shade.

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HikingMuddyRocky

Worth the view from over 4000ft and the tallest fire tower in NY. One of my favorite experiences in the Catskills yet. As all these other reviews will tell you it’s definitely a challenge, but with a few breaks I got it done. I spent time talking to the mountain steward and cooled off in a stream at the bottom as well.

Cyndy Schuessler reviewed Three Falls Woods
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HikingFeeGreat!

I have lived a few miles away from here for 50 years and never knew about this trail. It was beautiful! Nice hike! Great for dogs. Will definitely be coming back!

Maria Constantine reviewed Blue Mountain Fire Tower
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HikingGreat!Rocky

Great trail! Super fun rocks and exposed rock face to climb almost the whole way. We stopped at a very nearby coffee shop, Schoolhouse Grounds, after the hike and it was wonderful!

Bri H. reviewed Lake Bonita Loop
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Jaimie Gardinier reviewed Coney Mountain
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Francene Occena reviewed Sterling Lake Loop Trail
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Hiking

Great scenic and family friendly route. On the easier side of “moderate”.

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Francis Occena reviewed Sterling Lake Loop Trail
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HikingGreat!

Fairly easy, very well marked trail on a nice day. Great views of Sterling Lake. There were some felled trees from the recent storm, but still navigable.

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HikingGreat!

Nice wide trail which is very straight because it’s built on old railway track. Pretty scenery along the water. Need bug spray. Easy out and back trail. No need to worry about getting lost.

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HikingMuddyScramble

Lots of fun scrambling on the way to both peaks and the views from RPR were incredible!

Maddie Lowe reviewed Mount Jo Loop Trail
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HikingMuddyRockyScramble

Quick hike with a fantastic view of the high peaks. It’s pretty crowded, so going earlier in the day might not be a bad idea. I passed a few family’s that may have not known what they were getting into. Although this is short, there are still a few dangerous places and I’d advise to be in decent shape and wear good shoes you can get dirty if not hiking boots (I saw someone wearing white vans and it made me sad :( ). Lastly, beware of the bugs on top- they bite!

Rebecca Sullivan reviewed Laverne Irving Trail
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Hiking

A nice walk through the woods to small falls. Not heavily trafficked but a bit steep at some points (beginning and blue trail).

Taylor Brown reviewed Coney Mountain
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Went for a sunset hike, it was stunning! Great view! No one else there on a Saturday evening, hardly any bugs. Half hour up and half hour to get down. Bring a flashlight for going back down.

Brent H reviewed Hunter's Creek Park
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HikingGreat!

First time to Hunter’s Creek. Lots of trails to take but we basically stuck to the path noted above. As most have noted, it can be difficult to determine your path due to poor markings. We wound up guessing where to turn a lot of the time and corrected course when we came across an intersection marker. Definitely take a picture of the map at the trail head - cell signal was sporadic. A little buggy but not unmanageable and expected for this time of year. The parking lot was full (Saturday) but we never saw anyone until the very end of our hike - pleasantly surprised by that. Great time and will definitely go back.

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Until August 20th 2020, the jackrabbit trail is closed for tree clearing. I had to go through the RT 86 trailhead for Haystack and McKenzie

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HikingRockyScramble

Did not like this hike thought it was hard! I actually thought doing Wright Peak was easier

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HikingGreat!

Camped at South Meadow. Started at 7am and got to the summit at noon with 1/2 hour snack/rest at Indian Falls. Typical ADK trail. LOTS of rocks and boulders and slick rock. There are really no views on the way up (other than the spectacular view of Algonquin from Indian Falls) but the reward at the summit is endless mountains and wilderness as far as the eye can see in every direction. Well worth the long haul up and down. If you don’t own trekking poles you should by a pair. I waited 40 years too long!

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Not a bad hike for the first part then the climb starts, can be a little rough at first but the views from the firetower is worth it.

Rich Mona reviewed Belfry Mountain
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Not really a hike but has a nice view

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