Mud? Ice? High water at stream crossings?
This is the place to let the trail community know what you encountered, where and when (be as precise as possible). Suggestion: Make the trail or park name your subject.
To report serious trail problems that need Trail Conference attention, including illegal trail use issues, visit our Contact Us page. Problems reported through our Contact Us page get to the maintainers fast and reliably. Problems reported on the forum below may help fellow trail users avoid problem areas until they get fixed, but not all maintainers read this regularly.
Thanks Banjolady! I have the
Thanks again. This helps me
Dont Rely On The Bus Drivers
THanks Michael. I'll show
FIRE DANGER fire near island pond
A renovated camp, and hard-to-find trail
yes, the Appalachian Money club
Details in recent article in the Journal News
Thank you for the report
Posting here is one way to report map items like this, or on the other applicable pages on our site (for instance, the North Jersey map set product page or Pequannock Watershed park page).
In general, our maps attempt to show all routes on the ground, including unmaintained woods roads and trail. As Estelle alludes to below, we do work closely with park managers and others to review whether any routes should not be shown. So I have made note of this for us to consider with the next map update.
For Back Beach Park, which only includes one officially marked trail that connects to Ramapo Mountain State Forest, there isn't quite enough justification to produce a special inset map for the maze of unmarked trails and social paths.
Thank you for the suggestions, and certainly feel free to provide input about the maps in the future!
Echo Lake unmarked trail
Pipeline Work on LP in Cheesecote Park
Lenape Trail Bridge Closure
Hornbecks Creek Trail near Del. Water Gap
Checking on status of this trail
We are currently working on an update to our Kittatinny Trails map set, which covers this area, and we are working with National Park Service staff to resolve various items with the map update. The condition of the Hornbecks Creek Trail is one of those items, but we do not yet have an answer. This middle section of the trail is still officially closed by the park, so it should be avoided until it has been reopened.
Bridges and no bridges