Looking for a great trail near Warwick, New York? AllTrails has 9 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Hudson Highlands State Park or Bear Mountain State Park, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 5 moderate trails in Warwick ranging from 1.7 to 16.1 miles and from 646 to 1,423 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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no water sources. all dried up.

Well maintained and amazing views; well worth the hike.

Absolutely gorgeous. The overview of the lake and forests is a beautiful view and the trail is well kept.

Nice walk in the forest. Would recommend going counter-clockwise. Being August, the swampy south side of the trail was dry, but I can see how this would be muddy during the spring/early summer. Met a hiker who said they saw a bear on the north side of the trail on their way to Bare Rock.

very nice trail with a small lake, some rocks and the forest. Not many people on trail

this trail was very hard to stay on. poorly marked.

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2 months ago

7/4/2019 Good hike, flat for the most part but interesting enough. A beaver dam changes the trail for a bit in the middle, for maybe 500 feet. Forgot to record for about 1.5 miles so total about 8 miles. Great visitors center and somehow still low traffic. Hot as hell despite pretty good tree coverage.

The beginning of this trail (Iron mines, furnaces, etc...) and the end of the hike (fire tower) are awesome. The middle is okay and probably would be better in the fall and early spring seasons. I would not rate this trail as "hard." It is "moderate" at best. If you are in semi-decent shape, this trail is very doable. The lack of foot traffic is a plus.

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Overall I would say this is a very easy trail however be aware of tons of bugs. I left covered in millions of mosquito bites so make sure to lather yourself in deet. the trail was also very rocky and some parts were a bit muddy. there are no markers and several sections where there are partitions so you wont know which way to go but thankfully a nice young woman who was also on the trail helped to guide me in the right direction to the falls.

used trail counter clockwise

I recommend the white trail just to go the 10 miles Back and forth Yes I went by myself but enjoyed

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3 months ago

6.3.19. A charming hike up to the lookout point over Greenwood Lake and beyond. I parked in the visitor’s car park of the Lautenberg Visitors’ Center and followed the blue-blazed Sterling Lake Loop trail past the Southern end of Sterling Lake, and some ruined ironworks buildings, until it meets the Bare Rock trail (orange). Followed this to the spectacular view over Greenwood lake and then on until it meets the Fire Tower trail (red with white horizontal strip). This then connects back to the Sterling Lake trail to complete the outing. I’m not sure this is a hard trail; maybe for distance, but the elevation gain over that distance is pretty mild. There is one steep and rocky section on the Fire Tower trail, but it’s short. Here are my stats if useful: Distance: 8.4 miles Elevation Gain: 1,237 feet Moving Time: 3:21:17

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3 months ago

Tick central!!! And wear bug spray. Really nice views and decent trails.

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