Harriman
State Park

At 47,527 acres (192.33 km2), Harriman State Park is the second largest state park in New York. Located in Rockland and Orange counties 30 miles (48 km) north of New York City, it is a haven for hikers with over 200 miles (320 km) of hiking trails. The park is also known for its 31 lakes, multiple streams, public camping area, and great vistas. The park's hiking trails are currently maintained by volunteers from the New York - New Jersey Trail Conference. On its northeastern edge, Harriman State Park borders the 5,000-acre (20 km2) Bear Mountain State Park as well as the United States Military Academy's 16,000-acre (65 km2) forest reserve. To the southwest, it partly borders the state-owned 18,000-acre (73 km2) Sterling Forest reserve. These areas, together with the state's Storm King…
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This is a day hike route that you can access with mass transportation from NYC. …
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This is one of my favorite lakes in New York. It has crystal clear blue water, a…
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As far of access goes, I occasionally ski here after snow storms. I have never h…
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This loop is a nice option for hikers looking for an easier option at Harriman S…
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I arrived to this gorgeous spot after a long day of hiking and getting lost once…
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A nice day hike loop in both Harriman and Bear Mountain State Parks that offers …
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This lake has crystal clear blue water, and is surrounded by forests and hills. …
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