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    • Stockton, New Jersey

      Explore Kugler Woods Waterfall

      4.0
      0.5 mi
      Drive 5.2 miles north on Route 29 from the center of Stockton, NJ and you will come across a very small parking lot on the left side of the road. If you park your car there, walk back south on Route 29 about 50 feet, and cross over to the woods-side of the road. There you will find the trailhea...
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    • Boonton Township, New Jersey

      Hike Pyramid Mountain to Tripod Rock

      4.0
      This is a fun hike that is great for the entire family. The trails are really well maintained and Tripod Rock is a pretty amazing feature to check out. You can hike to the rock and follow your steps back to the parking lot for a 3 mile round trip or continue along the trail for a 4.4 mile loop. I...
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    • Washington, New Jersey

      Merrill Creek Reservoir Perimeter Trail

      4.0
      5.33 mi / 371 ft gain
      Merrill Creek Reservoir Perimeter Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Stewartsville, New Jersey.
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    • Morrisville, Pennsylvania

      Run or Bike the Delaware Canal Towpath: Yardley to New Hope

      4.0
      10 mi
      The Delaware Canal is a 60-mile path along a historic canal that runs parallel to the Delaware River. The canal runs from Bristol (closer to Philly) all the way to Easton, near Bethlehem, PA. One of the most scenic parts of the canal starts in the Lower Bucks County town of Yardley with an access...
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    • Cedar Grove, New Jersey

      Hike at Mills Reservation

      4.7
      2 mi / 200 ft gain
      Mills Reservation is over 150 acres of wooded area located off of Normal Ave. near the Cedar Grove reservoir. Parking space is limited due to the small size but there is another hidden lot towards the back if you make a right out of the parking lot and then the first right turn onto Highland Ave....
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    • Bloomsbury, New Jersey

      Hiking in Musconetcong Gorge Preserve

      3.3
      Start out on Ridge Trail (yellow blazes), found at the rear of the parking lot. Shortly, you will come to a stream crossing, followed by a set of wooden steps. Just before the next stream, turn left following the white blazes. This section of the trail makes a moderately rocky descent, as it foll...
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    • Tinicum Township, Pennsylvania

      Hike the High Rocks State Park Loop

      4.6
      1.5 mi
      High Rocks State Park, a section of Ralph Stover State Park, offers visitors some of the best views in Eastern Pennsylvania. Across from the parking lot on Tory Road, you will find the main trailhead. This will lead you to several different trail options, all varying in length, and all bringing y...
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    • Staten Island, New York

      Sunrise and Sunset from the Staten Island Ferry

      5.0
      The Staten Island Ferry is a passenger ferry that runs between the boroughs of Manhattan and Staten Island. From the deck of the ferry, you will have a perfect view of The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. You'll see the skyscrapers and bridges of Lower Manhattan receding as you pull away and c...
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    • Rockaway, New Jersey

      Hike the Timberbrook Pond - Riley's Rise Loop

      5 mi / 500 ft gain
      The trailhead parking is at the end of Timberbrook Road, before the road enters Camp Winnebago (Boy Scouts). I hiked this in a clockwise directions starting on the Timberbrook Trail (yellow markers).  After about 1 mile the trail ends at a junction with the Four Birds Trail (white markers).  Turn...
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    • Langhorne, Pennsylvania

      Mountain Bike at Core Creek Park

      3 mi
      A well-kept mountain biking trail right in Core Creek Park! The trail can easily be ridden by beginners, although there are several parts with lots of roots and/or logs where beginners may want to carry bikes over rather than riding.  You can access the trail by using the entrance to Core Creek P...
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    • Paterson, New Jersey

      Explore the Great Falls of the Passaic River

      3.2
      Getting to the Great Falls of the Passaic River is a relatively straight shot. It is located off exit 57B on Route 80 which is also accessible from highway 287. Parking is located on McBride Avenue across the street from the park's welcome center.Typically during autumn park rangers offer 45 to 1...
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    • Newtown, Pennsylvania

      Canoe Neshaminy Creek at Tyler State Park

      1 mi
      Enjoy a peaceful paddle on Neshaminy Creek by canoe in Tyler State Park. The park is in a beautiful part of Bucks County and also offers paved and unpaved trails for running and bike riding, an extensive disc golf course, swimming in the creek, and picnic areas. It is likely that you will see a h...
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    • Langhorne, Pennsylvania

      Kayak at Core Creek Park

      Kayak on Lake Luxembourg at Core Creek Park! It's a beautiful and quiet lake with serene views of the forest and park. You can rent boats and water bikes at the park, or bring your own, and launch directly onto the lake. To access the Lake, use the entrance to Core Creek Park on Bridgetown Pike. ...
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    • Phillipsburg, New Jersey

      Marble Hill Ice Cave via Warren-Highlands Trail

      3.0
      1.89 mi / 371 ft gain
      Marble Hill Ice Cave via Warren-Highlands Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a river located near Phillipsburg, New Jersey.
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    • New York, New York

      Walk the George Washington Bridge at Sunset

      3.0
      0.9 mi
      Join the thousands of people who cross the GWB each day, but do it by foot! This is an easy walk with beautiful views of the New York City skyline. You will begin seeing signs for the bridge bike path at Ft. Washington St. & E. 177th St., which you follow for a few blocks until you begin asce...
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    • New York, New York

      Explore the South Street Seaport

      5.0
      Get a feel for what New York was like in the 19th century at the Seaport! The Seaport boasts some of the oldest buildings and architecture in Manhattan, and the area continues to bustle today. The Seaport borders the Financial District and the East River - so there are lots of wonderful sights to...
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