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<font color="#ffff00">Overnight Loop Hike From New York City | Harriman State Park -
There is no better season to climb over the summit of Harriman State Park than in early October. You can now use the Tuxedo-Harriman shuttles (weekend only) to get to the starting point of this trails! Hiking cards are available at the railway stations. Will it be a "trail" bend when it begins and ends from your home?
It is a 20 mile walk from New York City to the Appalachian Trail at Harriman State Park and back. You will enjoy a fantastic view, get bogged down in the lemon squeezer, spend the night in a historical refuge, and we assure you that you will see a bald sea urchin (because you will be walking through a zoo).
You will find a step-by-step guide below, with a stop at the Bear Mountain Inn's Blue Roof Tapas Bar for a ceremonial Prosecco glass: 1. In this grass-covered box, traverse the beaten path towards the hill and off the highways.
Then, for 20 leagues, just go along the flames. Stay to the right when you come into the forest and watch out for the flames of the Appalachian path. There' s a large, large, sculptured wood shield on the way, not long after you have entered the forest, with several outings.
Mine is the Appalachian Way, the Lemon Squeezer, the Fretboard Shelter, the Brien Memorial Shelter and the Bear Mountain. You' ll remain all the way through the garden on this path glazed in snow. Signposts made of wood nearby, where the Appalachian Track exits the Elk Pen carport and the open area. Then the AT drives 20 leagues northbound to Route 9D and down the street to Manitou Railway Terminal - the Metro-Nord trip back to New York City.
On your walk there are two beautiful rock masts - fingerboard and Brien Memorial - and the West Mountain is on a side track, but much further, almost near the Bear Mountain end of this walk. Campsites are only permitted in or near these accommodations, but walkers often stay the night in steeplechase styles.
Hammocks are great options for this type of camping as well as for sleeping near the shelter on the grassed tracts that surround them. Fretboard Guard is 3. 7 mile from Elk Pen, just off the AT on the blue-glazed Hurst Trail. It is a lovely refuge and offers a lot of gras in the surroundings, many hammock tree and scattered fire circles for camp outside the refuge (perfectly legal).
There is a spring of fresh air on the Pearl Path, not far from the sanctuary, or, if it dries up later in the year, you can continue along the Hurst Path (the same blue-glazed path) towards Seven Lakes Rd - you will cross the Lake Tiorati Strait. It is Brien Memorial who is still on his way.
There is a good source of fresh air in a small round well in early and early summers. And I don't like Brien as much as the other accommodations, because it's under the tree, and I don't have a view like the other accommodations. There are two berths in the bunker, but no inside chimney, and I like them very much!
After all, the Brien Memorial is an effortless walk from the Silvermine car park and is therefore very much loved by parties and Friday evening parties. The Appalachian Trail/Menomine Trail at Harriman State Park. 8 mile from the beginning of your walk at Elk Pen, West Mountain is simply beautiful, with a peaceful view of the sparkling, remote New York City ski line.
To get there, turn right (south) on the Timp-Torne trails glazed in red light around a kilometer after crossing the Palisade Parkway. But the West Mountain is also really near the end of the walk at Bear Mountain, so if you want to split your walk in half, this is a little later!
Remark: There is no running hot and cold waters in the West Mountain Schlter. Walk the Appalachian Trail's flames through the north of Harriman State Park, New York. Restored rock stairs are a Bärenberg landmark. You still continue to walk the whites to the top of Bear Mountain and Perkins Memorial Tower, and then down the Hudson River side at the recently refurbished Bear Mountain Terminal of the AT.
Nearly 17 leagues away, the magnificent old mountain lodge welcomes you at the foot of the mountain, a great place to collect your meal and a cocktail on the roof terrace of the tapas bar. There are three more mile on the AT when we pass the Bear Mountain Trailside and Bear Mountain Bridge and one of the most beautiful trails of the Hudson River.
On the other side of the river, it's a two miles footpath to the railway stop. Once you have crossed the Bear Mountain Bridges, turn to your lefthand side, follow Route 9D for just over a nile (say goodbye to the blank fires leaving the 9D on the right just after the overpass), then turn to your lefthand side into Manitou Stations Road and descend towards Hudson River and Manitou Stations, which is little more than a shed and a stage from which you can get on.
Take the Metro-Nord rail from Manitou Station to Grand Central, either 16:27 or 19:31. They are the only ones to get out of Manitou station, so if you miss 7:31, you're out of luck and should probably find a room at the Bear Mountain Inn. At Manitou station there is no counter or vending machines, so you have to make payment after boarding.
Only exit the Appalachian Track if you have a Track Conferencing Card or the iPhone downloaded application that will help you return to your path. It' Harriman is renowned for the fact that there are no signposts on the paths, and it's simple to get lost even with a cart! What we have spelled in ruddy is against the Harriman State Park regulations and is done at your own peril.