Arden Point and Glenclyffe (Garrison, N.Y.)

Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve

This hike passes several panoramic viewpoints over the Hudson River and follows an historic road used by Benedict Arnold to escape during the Revolutionary War.

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Just south of the southern entrance to the station, you’ll notice two stone pillars and a sign for “Arden Point – Hudson Highlands State Park.” This is the trailhead of a blue-blazed woods road which heads south. Follow this woods road, soon passing ruins of brick buildings on the right and crossing a wooden footbridge over a stream. 


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March 05, 2009
Sugarloaf Hill towers over you to the east when seen from the Historic Overlook, not the west like the description says.
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