Hike Reviews

September 03, 2018
0
Public transportation is available to return to trailhead
Daniel Chazin

Yes, this hike is a "point-to-point" hike, not a loop hike. This is made clear in the description (to see the full hike description, including the introductory material, you should always click on the "printer-friendly version" to view the hike). However, as is also made clear in the hike description, it is possible to return to the start of the hike via NJ Transit's #197 bus. The bus does not run all that frequently (it generally runs once every two hours), but with careful planning, you can use it to return to your car (or, even better, you can start by taking the bus to the other end of the hike and then hiking back to your car). 

September 03, 2018
5
Great hike! Note that it is point to point tho!
sbkovar
I found this hike through a link from an article that linked straight to the hike page, where it's not super clear that this is a point to point hike. Very enjoyable, and also super glad Lyft was able to get us back to our car!!
September 27, 2014
0
Thanks Gail!
Michael K7
Thanks Gail!
September 26, 2014
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Wildcat shelter
Gail
Shelter is in Good shape with privy and bear box, but little by way of water.  Fill up at the CREAMERY just W of Rt 17A crossing. Doubt if very crowded on Fall weekends.
September 24, 2014
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Wildcat Shelter
Michael K7
About 2½ miles north of the starting point is the Wildcat Shelter. Does anyone know the current condition of this shelter? Does it get crowded on weekends? I was considering a 2 day trip, starting at the end point of this hike, and finishing at the Harriman train station. I would want to use the shelter for my overnight. Thanks for any info.
June 28, 2012
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June 30
donweise
This is almost the same route as Hike #1 at the 6/30/12 ATC Warwick event.  The only differences are that the June 30 hike is in reverse and includes 2 side trips for views. Thanks for your timely hike submission, Daniel.