Hike the Spruceton Trail

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Distance

6.4 Miles

Elevation Gain

1938 Feet

Activities

Snowshoeing, Hiking

Skill

Advanced

Season

Year Round

Type

Out-and-Back

Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Forest
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

The Spruceton Trail is a gorgeous hike through Catskill State Park towards the Hunter fire tower.

The Spruceton Trail is a 6.4 mile hike through the glorious forests of Catskill State Park. The trail is great for hikers, horseback riders, and dog walkers. The trail remains open for use year round, but is best trafficked from March - October. If you choose to hike the Spruceton Trail in the winter, bring crampons or snowshoes!

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Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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Distance

6.4 Miles

Elevation Gain

1938 Feet

Activities

Snowshoeing, Hiking

Skill

Advanced

Season

Year Round

Type

Out-and-Back

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