Hike Reviews

May 25, 2015
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Misplaced marker along power lines
rjtivey
We did this trail yesterday.  Just as the trail bears left, we also noted a red dash on white marker on a tree going straight on the right so kept going until we realized we missed the turn.  Ignore this marker
May 26, 2014
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Buggy
zsubin
The terrain was nice and the first viewpoint was pretty good, but be careful doing this hike in late May, as we were swarmed by some kind of (mostly not biting) gnats and flies.  Also, even though we had the map and the detailed description, we somehow got turned around halfway down the Breakneck Mountain trail due to the junctions on various rocks and ended up retracing our steps back to the Tuxedo-Mt. Ivy Trail and going back down that way.
November 03, 2013
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make a left after the third power line tower
jerseytrekker
At the beginning of this hike, when you get onto the dirt road paralleling the power line, if you turn left at the "next tower", there is a trail which turns into a Y, and if you turn left at the Y, you will get on an unblazed woods road which goes uphill.  Which is confusing.                 The actual trail for this hike makes a left after the third tower you see, which also turns into a Y, and if you go left there like Daniel says, you will see the trailhead for the Tuxedo-Mount Ivy trail.  The dirt road is not well blazed which adds to the confusion.  Fortunately had the map and figured it out.  Nonetheless, this was a great hike!
August 15, 2013
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Pretty intense
Sully
Did this hike today and it is very nice walking through nature as it ought to be. Seen a few other hikers along the route, but generally no one for miles. The initial ascent after the first stream is the killer on this trail. If you make it up past that section, you will have no problems the rest of the way. Some of the markers were pretty faded, but generally everything was in good order!
April 09, 2013
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Thanks Daniel!
Michael K7
Thanks Daniel!
April 09, 2013
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Public transportation
Daniel Chazin
I will update the "Public Transportation" section of this hike later today or tomorrow.  Thanks for bringing this to my attention.
April 09, 2013
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Thanks but...
Michael K7
Thanks for this, however, is there any way to change the listing at the top of the hike so that under "Details" where it says "Features", it is listed as a public transportation available? If a new user searches hikes, and uses the "public transportation" criteria, this hike will not show up unless the above change is made. Thanks again!
April 09, 2013
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Public Transportation is available for this hike!
Many thanks to Michael K7 for the bus information which has been added to the hike description.
April 04, 2013
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Public Transportation is available for this hike!
Michael K7
Please update this hike to be included in the list of hikes available by public transportation. You can take a Shortline bus from Port Authority and get off at the intersection of 202 and 306 in Pomona. It is a decent length walk to the trailhead, but not too bad. I've done it many times.  I believe the bus is the same bus that goes to Bear Mountain.  Thank you!