Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks

Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks

View from The Timp - Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks  - Photo credit: Dan Balogh View from The Timp - Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks  - Photo credit: Dan Balogh Autumn reflections along the Stony Brook Trail - Harriman-Bear Mountain Parks - Photo credit: Susan Magnano Autumn reflections along the Stony Brook Trail - Harriman-Bear Mountain Parks - Photo credit: Susan Magnano Hudson River from Bear Mountain - Harriman-Bear Mountain Parks  - Photo credit: Josh Howard Hudson River from Bear Mountain - Harriman-Bear Mountain Parks  - Photo credit: Josh Howard
41.230332, -74.086882

With nearly 52,000 acres of mostly forested landscape and hundreds of miles of trails--including the Appalachian Trail--Harriman-Bear Mountain State Parks offer a rich hiking resource close to New York City.

Harriman-Bear Mountain Parks

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The variety of trails looping across the rugged landscape, draped upon the Highlands, is a major part of the appeal of Harriman-Bear Mountain Parks.  Covering nearly 52,000...

Park Acreage:

52000.00 acres

Municipality:

Bear Mountain

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Contact Information

Web Link:

OPRHP-NYS Parks

Phone:

(845) 786-2701

Fees:

Some times and places; check with park

Dogs in park:

Dogs on leash

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Trip Reports

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June 26, 2016
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Thanks!
For the id and link of this beautiful rock and now I found the hike in the Circuit Hikes in Harriman book too.  Will be hiking these trails soon I hope, thanks again!!
Margie
June 25, 2016
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Hike to Claudius Smith Rock
The overlook shown in the photo above is Claudius Smith Rock.  Here is a link to a hike tha will get you there:  http://www.nynjtc.org/hike/Claudius-Smiths-Rock  
Daniel Chazin
June 25, 2016
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Overlook on this page above
Can anyone tell me what trail to get up to the overlook as pictured on this page?   I have been exploring around the beautiful harriman-bear mountain a couple of times this spring only,
Margie
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