Native American communities were forced out of The Catskills by the Indian Removal Act, signed into law in 1830 by President Andrew Jackson.
Indian Head is my absolute favorite single-mountain hike in the Catskills.
Completing this very challenging hike is a top Catskills hiking achievement.
Everything you need to know about the Devils Path — one of the most difficult hiking trails in New York State.
This is my favorite hike in the Catskills. It has everything the Catskills can give you: classic Catskills forests, rugged terrain, excellent scrambles, and jaw-dropping scenic views.
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