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snow
13 hours ago

A very long hike with no views. Both summits and the col are very pretty. I’d like to visit the summits again but using a different approach.

snow
17 hours ago

This was a pleasant and somewhat challenging winter hike. Snow was fluffy, path already broken by hikers. snow 3 or 4 inches deep, used non-waterproof hiking boots, no gaiters, thick socks. No problem with snow or cold. temperature in mid-teens. See pics.

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snow
19 hours ago

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snow
22 hours ago

Nicely groomed snow. Birds and squirrels throughout. Will come back in the summer.

If you want to see the falls up close and personal, you can go off trail and walk right next to the water! Very easy walk and so beautiful for a local place!

Very easy walk from the parking area!

hiking
1 day ago

Seems that things have been updated since others commented the trails weren't clearly marked - yellow and blue trails definitely were. Red was less marked but the trail in that area was clearly defined even during January with snow and ice. Awesome place to hike. Just a few small hilly areas but nothing too strenuous. Lots to see and enjoy.

Great Hike, amazing views done on 01/20/20 lots of snow, micro spikes is a must, I didn't have to use my snowshoes, not so deep, suggest to do it counterclockwise. from Prediger Rd.

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snow
1 day ago

Completed the longer of the two trails- Strava said 5.3 miles. This was fairly easy, not really a technical hike. There are a couple of steeper sections. Snowshoes and microspikes are recommended. Beautiful views from the top- can see over Lake Champlain to Vermont!

Short easy hike to the top of the dam - there are a few other trail options that go through the woods and by the river that you can use to extend your hike. Beautiful views!

Great hike, we did approx 5 miles and it was a great way to spend MLK day outdoors in the cold, sunny weather. Micro-spikes or ice cleats are a must. The trail was snow-covered after Saturday’s light snow, with two sections of ice we could get past. You’ll definitely want proper footwear. Great views in all directions. Enjoy!

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snow
1 day ago

cold sunny day, hike took about 4 hours wore micro spikes to help with slipping. we followed a slightly pack trail. No wind today which made the temperature seem warmer. we used this app to follow where we were on the trail. this made it easier changing for one trail to another. ( All trails app) Beautiful hike limited view through the trees, less if the trees had their leaves.

My absolute favorite hike, ever. It's insanely crowded almost always for a reason.

This is one of my favorite go to's for eastern Long Island. the trail is very family friendly, there are quite a few observation decks and the birding is fantastic. Rated 4-stars because it is short, lacks a truly wild appeal, and during certain times the trails can be flooded and/or overrun by mosquitoes.

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snow
1 day ago

The trail was easy to walk and fairly well maintained. It's a 3-star in my opinion because the trail markers are not very well placed, and I never felt like I was out of public areas. Rather it felt like I was in a normal public park, with buildings and roads everywhere. So, if you are looking for an easy walk this is for you!

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rocky
scramble
snow
1 day ago

Loved this trail. Guy at visitor center suggested it because overcliff was closed to hikers. We ended up cutting across at Bayard to Trapp and it was a good time, would love to come back and do the entire ridge another time

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