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Breakneck Ridge Trail

Beacon, NY

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Breakneck Ridge & bull hill Trail is a 9.6 mile loop trail located near Beacon, New York and is only recommended for very experienced outdoorsmen. The trail is primarily used for hiking & snowshoeing and is accessible from March until November.

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Kaaterskill Falls Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Amazing views at top and bottom of falls, bit rocky on lower hike from road, well worth it!

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Breakneck Ridge Trail
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55 Completed 10 Reviews

Fun hike.

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Mount Beacon
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55 Completed 10 Reviews

Better views than Breakneck.

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Breakneck Ridge Trail
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55 Completed 10 Reviews

Fun hike.

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Old Scarbuck Trail
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4 Completed 3 Reviews

A great walk in the woods. There are 2 loops that total 3 miles. You can do both loops without backtracking.

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Bald Mountain (Rondaxe Fire Tower)
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5 Completed 5 Reviews

Pretty easy trail

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West Canada Lakes Wilderness
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5 Completed 5 Reviews

Iv spent lots of time in this wilderness area. I have several shelters made. Iv encountered bear, moose and porquie pines here. There is a lot out in this area people don't know about. Ice caves, rock faces, ww2 plane crashed, ponds that state record trout have been taken from

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Eaton Reservoir
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5 Completed 5 Reviews

Ice fished here. Was a good time. Pretty cold though

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Lake Moraine (Madison Reservoir)
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5 Completed 5 Reviews

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Little Woodhull Lake Trail
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5 Completed 5 Reviews

Hiked from north lake, to sand lake then to Woodhall and back. Total of 38 miles. Did it in 2.5 days. Was a nice view but wasn't the easiest trek

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