Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service on Trails Built and Maintained by Trail Conference Volunteers

Date: 
08/18/2016
Source: 
New York-New Jersey Trail Conference

View from the intersection of the Rattlesnake Swamp Trail with the Appalachian Trail in the Delaware Water Gap. Photo by Daniel Chazin.

 

The Trail Conference is proud to maintain trails in three parks within the National Park system: the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, and Morristown National Historical Park. Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service next Thursday, August 25—or any day!—in one of these beautiful, protected places.

Find a hike along the Appalachian Trail: 

Appalachian Trail on Bellvale Mountain: 7.1 miles, strenuous

Appalachian Trail - Hoyt Road, NY to Conn. 341, Kent, CT: 11.5 miles, strenuous

Totts Gap to Wolf Rocks on the Appalachian Trail: 8.5 miles, moderate

Cat Rocks and Nuclear Lake on Appalachian Trail in Dutchess County, NY: 12.7 miles, strenuous

Appalachian Trail - Kent, CT to Cornwall Bridge, CT: 9.9. miles, moderate to strenuous

Appalachian Trail North of Route 17A in Warwick, NY: 4.8 miles, moderate

 

Find a hike in the Delaware Water Gap:

Yellow Trail Loop to Wick House and Soldiers' Huts: 2.5 miles, easy

Primrose Brook Trail: 1.1 miles, easy

Blue Trail Loop in Morristown National Historical Park: 2.8 miles, easy

Grand Loop Trail: 6 miles, easy to moderate

Patriots' Path (Bernardsville to Morristown): 14 miles, moderate