Trying to find the best New York trails? AllTrails has 2,350 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking 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 Keene Valley, Lake Placid or New York City, we've got you covered. If you're looking for great New York state park trails, check out Bear Mountain State Park. Or for some great local park options, check out Mount Beacon Park near Beacon or Mohonk Preserve near New Paltz. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 1,132 easy trails in New York ranging from 0.6 to 146.5 miles and from 0 to 4,862 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Hiked this trail twice in a month. Really well-maintained and not too rocky. You have to climb the fire tower to get a view, but when you do, the view is spectacular!

This was a fun trail. “Times Square” was a little flooded and wet. But the rocks up top were great for picnicking. It was a little confusing finding the trail back down. The markers are on the floor and hard to find at times.

mountain biking
7 hours ago

Went out on Monday did sergeant Mark's trail and the orange trail next to the creek entrance on centerline to the blue loop and back. both rides were perfect conditions. Went again Wednesday after it rained on Tuesday. Little wet in spots but still fine conditions considering. Just had to go a tad slower!

hiking
rocky
scramble
7 hours ago

Even though it was misty, rainy and windy and I couldn’t see a view, it was one of my most favorite hikes. Loved the rock scrambles.

hiking
7 hours ago

Been mountain biking here for years now. I love it. Great trails and great views! It gets muddy at times. Just go a little slower that day and you'll be fine. But when it's dry, it's fast and fun!! Definitely my favorite in WNY. Nice variety of trails and loops.

hiking
rocky
7 hours ago

hiking
muddy
over grown
rocky
8 hours ago

We started at the train station and walked through garrison and crossed over to wing & wing from there. Walked up the drive, across the field, and into the woods. There’s a lookout along the trail, facing the river, and lots of beautiful photo ops. Quite buggy with mosquitos once you’re under the tree canopy and lots of loose rocks along the inclines.

We did 15 miles wandering all over the trails. Trails are mostly well marked although some blazes on the open rock have faded to pay attention.

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
8 hours ago

The trail in Central Park isn’t easy as I thought, unless I use the map from the AllTrails app, but no matter than that, it’s still recommendable in doing it again. Central Park is a journey for me, and hopefully one day, when it’s sunny out, and not too buggy, I’ll go on this trail again.

hiking
9 hours ago

We loved this walk! Very well marked path, interesting stuff to look at, enough up and down to make you feel like you're working. Make no mistake, you're climbing across a mountain, not up a mountain... but the payoff at the end doesn't feel that way! We all said "Wow!" as we approached the overlook.

hiking
no shade
rocky
scramble
9 hours ago

A great hike with two scrambles, amazing views, and peace and quiet once you escape the crowds around Minnewaska! We went on a Sunday so it was CROWDED, and super hot. I was a little spooked jumping over crevices, but it was worth it!

Love this trail- memorable moments include the Rosendale trestle and the bridge over the Wallkill from A Quiet Place. Bike and dog (on leash) friendly.

So beautiful the best trail I ever did. Bring with you a professional camera. When you enter they will ask for $27 per person, it’s a lot for a trail but I think it’s worth it.

Excellent route, well marked, with a couple of good views. We however clocked in at 6.9 miles, instead of the mentioned 5.5.

hiking
11 hours ago

Beautiful day for a wooded walk up a beautiful creek bed ! Leisurely hike with the bonus waterfall absolutely beautiful!!

hiking
11 hours ago

This one surprised me! Almost the entire trail has the creek running along your side. Plenty of spots to get right up to the water. Pay attention to your surroundings and you’ll find hidden creeks and waterfalls.

Overall great hike but poorly marked in beginning... ended up off trail quite a bit. Also in order to see the falls and gorge you must cross over and take the gorge trail.

closed
muddy
over grown
11 hours ago

HORRID “trail” nothing marked overgrown mess.

hiking
14 hours ago

Too rocky for a stroller so we had to turn around and switch to the front carrier, but a pretty trail!

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