Backpacking Trails in New York
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Backpacking Trails in New York

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3 - 39 mi
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New York has 33 backpacking trails. These trails range from 3.3 to 39.7 miles in length. The most popular trails are Indian Head Mountain Loop, Franklin County: Seward Mountain and High Falls Loop. Trails.com member Christopher J. recently completed Hanging Spear Falls and Opalescent River.
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West of Saugerties, this loop rewards with a classic Catskill setting, vistas, and challenge. ...
This clockwise loop into Five Ponds Wilderness in the Cranberry Lake Region traverses ...
One of the newest state parks in the New York park system, Schunemunk Mountain and its ...
Between Sherman and Panama, this long-distance linear trail strings 24 miles through a ...
Letchworth Finger Lakes Trail is a hiking trail in Livingston County, New York. It is ...
River crossings, a series of lovely overlooks, and a shelter for overnight camping make ...
The Adirondack Park is the largest forest preserve in the United States, larger than Glacier, ...
Although you may not wish to leave the wilderness of the Adirondacks, other pleasures ...
The beauty of the Hudson River, with its tremendous cliffs amid views around each bend, ...
Step right up, folks! You won’t want to miss this hike—it’s as close to a carnival as ...
Deep in the remote High Peaks Wilderness is a stunning waterfall. Combine that with evocative ...
This part of New York State includes Dunkirk and Fredonia down to Salamanca and Olean. ...
Sometimes regarded as the heartland of New York State, the Mohawk Valley has been called ...
For an overview of the city, visitors can choose a bus tour, helicopter ride, cruise ship, ...
This challenging 3-day loop takes you deep into the High Peaks, past Avalanche Lake, Lake ...
The lean-tos and designated campsites along the shores of Pharaoh Lake are some of the ...
Awe and wonder have always attended human perception of the unimaginable power of the ...
For a less crowded route to the summit of New York’s highest peak and to spend the night ...
This Adirondack classic rewards with multiple views from a series of rock ledges and ...
Extensive views of the Adirondack High Peaks are the payoff of this visually interesting ...
Stupendous views from the Great Range, crystalline lakes carved deep into granite gorges, ...
As you peer down the nearly thousand-foot drop into Lower Ausable Lake from Indian Head ...
You may not abandon hope, but you may find yourself wondering at your fate as you pass ...
Spanning 2170 miles from Maine to Georgia, the Appalachian Trail (AT) is the best known ...
Long Island offers a microcosm of a much larger region, with distinct areas, ranging from ...
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