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    • Elka Park, New York

      Devil's Path to Devil's Tombstone

      5.0
      11.9 mi / 4475 ft gain
      The Eastern half of Devil's Path has four major summits: Indian Head, Twin, Sugarloaf and Plateau. Each summit is a straight climb up and down, then back up to as much as 3,900 ft. There are some sparse sections of level ground, but most is a steep descent uphill or steep slide downhill. Your ...
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    • Elka Park, New York

      Devil's Path in the Catskills

      22.04 mi / 7733 ft gain
      Devil's Path is roughly more than 24 miles long, althought it feels like an eternity of milage. Going thru the summits of Indian head, Twin, Sugarloaf, Plateau, Hunter, and Westkill Mountains. Its brutal. Its painful, Its unique. Be prepared for anything and everything. You will encounter wild l...
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    • Elka Park, New York

      Camp at Sugarloaf Mountain in the Catskills

      4.0
      6 mi / 1500 ft gain
      Begin by parking at the end of Mink Road in Elka Park (GPS:N42 08.593, W74 09.479). It will be a .7 mile hike to camp. Follow the rocky woods road to the junction where there is a SPRING sign. Continuing straight will take you to the water source. If you do not need water, turn left when you see ...
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    • Woodstock, New York

      Sugarloaf Mountain via Blue Trail

      6.54 mi / 2297 ft gain
      Sugarloaf Mountain, is one the 35 highest peaks in New York's Catskills at 3806 ft. There are many ways to approach this peak, and this is an out-and-back hike via Mink Hollow. The parking area is located at the end of Milk Hollow Rd (42.10405386879072, -74.17148500019927). From here, get on the...
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    • Simsbury, Connecticut

      Hike to the Heublein Tower on Talcott Mountain

      4.3
      2.54 mi / 404 ft gain
      The Heublien Tower Trail, located just inside the Talcott Mountain State Park entrance off of Route 185 in Simsbury CT, is a short 1.25 miles. While the hike isn't long, the first 1/3 of a mile is a steep incline that will get your heart pumping. The trail itself it very well kept, and although ...
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    • Adams, Massachusetts

      Explore Bellevue Falls

      5.0
      When you reach the falls, you can cliff jump into a large swimming hole at the base. The best time to visit the falls is from April to November. Please note that dogs are not permitted here. Parking is at a cemetery, and the gates are open from 8am to 9pm. Use common sense before cliff jumping - ...
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    • New Fairfield, Connecticut

      Hike Squantz Pond Trail

      2.2 mi / 321 ft gain
      The hike is rated as moderate and is accessible all year round. While it’s accessible during all seasons, the sights of the leaves changing colors in the autumn makes it an exceptionally beautiful time to do this hike. You’ll definitely want to snap some photos along the way of the foliage reflec...
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    • High Falls, New York

      Scramble Bonticou Crag and Table Rocks

      4.5
      This is not a hike for the inexperienced. There is a very steep rock scramble that has some dangerous section if you are not aware of your footing and positioning. For those up to the challenge, it is extremely rewarding at the top.To start, each person has to pay $12 to access the Monhonk Preser...
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    • Williamstown, Massachusetts

      Hike the March Cataract Falls Trail

      4.0
      2.2 mi / 511 ft gain
      Park at the Junction of Sperry Rd and Rockwell Rd. To get to the trailhead, hike along Sperry Road for about 30 minutes. (Not to the end of the road, see map below.) Then hike along the March Cataract Trail, an out-and-back. You can bring dogs on leash. The trail is short but steep in some parts ...
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    • Windham, New York

      Backpack the Catskill's Escarpment Trail

      32.4 mi / 8000 ft gain
      The Escarpment Trail runs the length of the Catskill Escarpment. The Escarpment rises steeply from the valley below forming the northeast corner of the Catskill Mountains. It offers great views toward the Adirondack Mountains to the north and the great Hudson River to the east. The trail is moder...
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    • High Falls, New York

      Mohonk Mountain House Labyrinth and Lemon Squeeze Hike

      4.5
      Mohonk Mountain House is a historic resort located just outside the Catskills in the Hudson Valley just 90 miles north of New York City. With 85 miles of winding trails throughout the Mohonk Preserve, you'll have endless hiking options upon your arrival.Parking at the Gatehouse is limited, so be ...
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    • Williamstown, Massachusetts

      Hike Mt. Greylock via Money Brook Trail

      9.7 mi / 3034 ft gain
      Park in the parking lot on Hopper Rd. Walk to the end of the road where you will find the Hopper Trailhead. Take the right fork. The Money Brook trail will take you to a waterfall, the Mt. Greylock summit, and back to the end of Hopper Rd. The trail is long but worth the hike, exploring parts of ...
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    • New Paltz, New York

      Hike Mohonk Preserve's Gatehouse to Skytop Tower

      5.0
      9 mi / 1268 ft gain
      Begin at the intersection of Gatehouse Rd and Mohonk Private Rd. There is a small shoulder to park on here. Begin hiking into the preserve along the gatehouse road. There will be signs stating you need a membership or pass to enter. Don't worry about these, there will be a place on the trail ...
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    • Holyoke, Massachusetts

      Whiting Street Reservoir Loop

      3.74 mi / 138 ft gain
      Whiting Street Reservoir Loop is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Holyoke, Massachusetts.
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    • Savoy, Massachusetts

      Tannery Falls Loop

      0.54 mi / 135 ft gain
      The hike to Tannery Falls may be a little confusing, I'll clear it up for you before you even go there! To get to The falls you will travel down a dirt road that isn't very well maintained during the winter. As you keep driving down the dirt road you will notice a pond , which means you are almos...
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    • Southington, Connecticut

      Hike the Crescent Lake & Metacomet Trail Loop

      4.0
      2.4 mi / 269 ft gain
      The hike to view Crescent Lake is peaceful. You can either walk through the woods where you will be blessed with natures finest birds and wildlife or you can take the trail along the lake edge. Both are similar distances and lead to the same hill at the end! Once you get to the top take a left on...
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