Incredible two-day hike over the highest and finest terrain in The Catskills.
The Fisherman’s Path is an unmaintained hiking trail in Denning, New York, popular with casual hikers for weekend campouts and used regularly by 3500 hikers to access Rocky & Lone mountains. The entire trail is exceptionally beautiful.
This is my favorite tough-but-beautiful Catskills hike. Long, rugged, technical and remote, it brings you over three summits to some of the most stunning lookouts in the Catskill Park.
As rugged as I suspected — but more beautiful than I imagined.
This loop features an easy ascent, great Catskills views, and a beautiful walk-out that passes through varied woods and terrain.
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