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There is no connection service available at this location. Attention: park information is changing, clients should consult the car park owner for the most detailed information. For the lift state at other locations, click here. At this train terminal there are two automatic ticketing kiosks.
The TIckets are on the southern plateau (track 2) just to the south of the arch. Automatic ticketing kiosks accepts currency, as well as payment via bank card and debit card. There' s no squat at this train stop. Heading north: Turn off Route 9D Northbound and turn lefthand onto Main Street (Route 301). Turn lefthand into Lunn Terrace one stop before the railway.
Walk over the railway and turn to your lefthand into the train stations car park. Turn right off Route N9D Southbound onto Main Street (Route 301). Turn lefthand one bloc before the railway onto Lunn Terrace. Walk over the railway and turn to your lefthand into the train stations car park.
Great summer walks for car-free New Yorkers - Midtown - New York
Fortunately, with a little preparation it is simple to reach some of the best hiking routes in the region. The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference has a great deck of cards and many trams and busses from Penn Station and the Grand Central Terminal are just a few paces away from the trail head. 27 years old and living in Brooklyn, Katie Mohrhauser has been using local transport to get to the hiking routes since she moved to the town a few years ago.
"You have to get up early to get to the station, but you still want to get up early when you're hiking. It is one of the simplest walks - the tram takes you just a few paces from the trail head - but one of the most difficult.
Faithful to its name, Breakneck Ridge takes you straight up a cliff, but the win is rewarding - a wide look at the Hudson Valley. Directions for Transit: Use the Metro-North Hudson Line from the Grand Central Terminal and ask for a stop at Breakneck Ridge.
There are only weekend services to Breakneck Ridge. The walk begins in the cold spring and goes on towards Breakneck Ridge, with several occasions to reach other tracks in between, as well as the Washburn and Brook path. The diversity allows you to make this walk as long and arduous as you wish, and the high summits offer breathtaking vistas of the Hudson Valley without the sharp ascent of some other itineraries.
Alternatively, you can walk from the middle of the path to Breakneckidge, which takes you to a summit on the other side of the dale, where you can see where you walked up the crest yourself. On the way back, drive to the Cold Spring Depot Restuarant where you can enjoy a glass of triumphant cold on the terrace - this pub, which is located in an old railway stop, is just a few minutes away from the normal Metro North Run.
How to find us in Transit: From the Grand Central Terminal, take the Metro-North Hudson Line and stop at Cold Spring. North of Cold Spring lies Beacon, a small city with easily accessible hiking trails, just a few minutes from the Metro North stop. That 1600-foot climb is full of great vistas on Beacon, but it's not for newbies.
This jagged area can be a challenge but worthwhile walk. Fishkill Ridge is the home of Malouf's Mountain Sunset Campground, where you can pitch your camp for $48 to $80 per overnight. Directions for Transit: From there, take the Metro North Hudson Line to Beacon, then Main Street eastwards until it becomes Mountain Lane.
It starts where the street ends. Pine Meadow Trail winds up to Pine Meadow Lake, a great place to chill out when you're looking for a fast soak. You can then take the Diamond Mountain Track for an ascent that provides plenty of scenic overlooks.
How to find us in Transit: From Penn Station take the NJ Transit/Metro-North Port Jervis line to Sloatsburg Station. Drive north on Ballard Avenue, turn right on Academy Avenue and right on Seven Lakes Drive. Bushwalking fast and still offering great scenery, Anthony's Nose leads you up 500 feet to a view of the Hudson River and the Bear Mountain Bridge.
Through-ways:: Metro-North Hudson line to Manitou station. As Breakneck Ridge, there are only weekend services to Manitou. Close to several historical sites, Garrison is a great place to go for a walk and after a long walk indulge in a tavern or dinner at the Highlands Country Club.
The walk up Sugarloaf Hill leads along the coach route of an old manor with the remnants of the old size of the Hudson Valley and many scenic beauties. How to find us in Transit: Use the Metro-North Hudson line to Garrison stop. There is a path at the south end of the car park leading to Wegkopf.
Astonishingly, it is quite simple to reach the famed 2,200 mile Appalachian Trail on Metro-Nord. Part of the trails leads through Bear Mountain State Park and further southwards to New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Directions for Transit: Get on the Metro-North Harlem line to Appalachian Trail Station. Trains leaving town only run on weekends in the morning.