Explore the most popular trails in New York with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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trail running
5 hours ago

This is my daily trail run! What I love most about this loop is its variety: beautiful trees and foliage, sweeping views of the lake and fields, a mix of ups and downs, and plenty of water fountains along the way. March / April is the best time of year to visit, when snow drops, daffodils and crocus bloom all along the path.

I enjoyed this hike. The trail is easy to follow and marked very well. Mostly the trail is very easy but sections from past rock slides makes the trail very uneven and rocky. The Niagara River is incredibly impressive and because of this one should not miss this hike.

hiking
10 hours ago

Not a bad hike. It's a little funny to find the trailhead through the campground but just follow the blue dots. nice route along the water at times.

hiking
10 hours ago

Pleasant day hike with options to explore further or take shortcuts as needed. Great view to the northwest across Labrador Hollow from the hang glider spot at the northwestern most point of the hike. A relatively new bike trail on the east side lets you bypass most of the long walk on Morgan Hill Rd and keep to the woods, but you do shortcut the northeast corner of the hike this way.

hiking
11 hours ago

I really enjoyed this hike.

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19 hours ago

Nov 4 2017 great views old mountain house hotels firetower and apparently if you go during warm months there is a large habitat of timber rattlesnakes near the fire tower so if you go when it’s warm be careful near the top with children and pets. Can also continue trail to echo lake and some other trails to another parking.

Wanted to like this nature walk but so to many garter snakes to be comfortable. Grass seemed too high as well.

Very easy trail with a nice waterfall and a view of Lake George.