West Mountain (Timp-Torne/A.T. and Beechy Bottom Road)...

Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks

This loop hike climbs to the ridge of West Mountain, passing several expansive viewpoints over the Hudson River and the surrounding hills.

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From the parking area, walk back along the entrance road until you reach a gravel road on the right blocked off with a gate. Turn right and follow this road, marked with the white blazes of the Anthony Wayne Trail. Bear right at the next fork and continue uphill, proceeding ahead across a four-way intersection.

When you reach a T-intersection, turn left. Then, in 25 feet, you'll notice...

Prepare For Your Hike

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September 07, 2016
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absolutely--i think when you do any hike in winter and there is ice one would bring trekking poles and traction aids like microspikes ...
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banjolady
January 17, 2012
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All very good points, Daniel.  It could definitely have been the presence of increased ice and the winter temperatures which were influencing my feelings out there on the trail.  All I can do is keep
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Purple Octopus
January 17, 2012
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Any hike rating is quite subjective.  What might be "strenuous" to one hiker could be considered "easy" by another.  I remember how, a few weeks after I suffered a back injury two years ago, I decided
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