Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails near Stony Point with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Warm up before starting the trail. It's an up hill hike with lots of stone stairs to the top.. (a warning to those with knee issues) I timed the hike to reach the tower just in time for the sunset. Sit relax and enjoy the breath taking view

Relaxing loop with some nice uphill and an excellent view from the top of the fire tower! It’s been recently painted and it’s sturdy enough to climb carefully! Saw lots of turtles and frogs on this hike as well. Be careful where you step!

Great loop. Moderate/easy trail. Fire tower was out of commission when I had gone but they were working on it that day so should be good to go up and take a look at a beautiful view.

Love it, nice and simple, just got lost at the end...(

Beautiful and well maintained trail; The 300 + stone steps at the beginning can be hard on knees for older folks and non hikers. A 15 minutes walk around the lake to warm up before starting the hike will help. The view from the Perkin Tower & history of the Palisades park portrayed in the tower is well worth the efforts.

We were lucky to have best timing for hike right before first snow, see video below

https://youtu.be/gG-AuwKkQAs

There are many more trails up there than are laid out here but still pretty much bushwhacked from Jones to Dunderberg & Bald peaks for the BMBridge views before rejoining TT Blue. Not too hard to hike a beeline in an old growth forest. The dog flushed lots of deer

Easy to miss trail markers in some areas. Pay attention.
Parts of trail are slippery and steeper then expected especially if you’re carrying a heavy pack. Make sure you have enough water.

On the harder side of moderate... great variety of terrain... sick view up top... cool rock cuts and old railway tunnels...super fun

Decent trail, views are great. narrow and very rocky.

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