There’s far more to this trail than most people know…
A stunning Catskills “canyon” dotted with multiple gorgeous waterfalls.
This excellent alternate route to Diamond Notch Falls is moderately challenging with a great scenic view.
A short, easy mountain hike to a true Catskills gem: Diamond Notch Falls.
Short, easy hiking trails wind through High Falls Conservation Area to one of the most spectacular waterfalls in New York.
The delightful Vernooy Falls hiking trail leads to one of the funnest spots in The Catskills.
This rugged route passes along the bottom of Race Brook Falls, then climbs through beautiful forest to a scenic lookout beyond the summit of Mount Everett.
An easy walk leads to a spectacular payoff: Bash Bish Falls — Massachusetts’ highest waterfall.
I had no idea what I’d find on this unsung trail. I was blown away.
Awosting Falls at Minnewaska State Park Preserve is one of the most popular destinations in the Hudson Valley.
The fastest route to North Point’s famous view is one of North Mountain’s prettiest trails.
A very short and very fun hike to one of the most popular Adirondack waterfall destinations.
One of my favorite hikes in The Catskills, the route from Diamond Notch Falls to Buck Ridge Lookout and the summit of West Kill Mountain is just so beautiful.
Not many people hike this way to Eagle but it’s the most beautiful route. The Seager Big Indian trail which passes along Dry Brook is uniquely challenging and magical.
This is a short, super-easy hike to one of the most popular Catskills destinations. It includes views not seen by those who park closer to the falls. It’s the perfect trail in winter for some easy snow-shoeing or cross country skiing.
A stunningly scenic hike with fantastic views of the wide valley below and distant mountain ranges. Brace’s summit is especially magical at sunset.
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