This map of Ramapo County Valley Reservation is provided to hikers as a courtesy by the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference. It is adapted from North Jersey Trails, a five-color, two-map set, published by the Trail Conference. To obtain these full-featured, waterproof, and tear-resistant maps, click here!
Please note that the above map does not include the latest trail changes. It will be revised soon, but in the meantime, a map of the latest changes is available here (click on this map to enlarge):
Effective August 28, 2016, the trails within the Ramapo Valley County Reservation's core recreational area have been reconfigured into a five-loop network by volunteers and staff of the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference. The work involved 7.2 miles of trail, including 1.2 miles of new construction and 6 miles of reblazing, and in the words of Bergen County Parks superintendent Todd Cochran, the goal of this revamped trail system within a 2-mile radius of the Route 202 parking lot was to provide "more interesting hikes with less confusion" for this very popular park.
Read more about these trail changes here.