Snowshoeing Trails in New York
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Snowshoeing Trails in New York

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New York has 303 snowshoeing trails. These trails range from 0.1 to 95.2 miles in length. The most popular trails are North-South Lake loop, Indian Head Mountain Loop and Slide Mountain Loop. Trails.com member Karen Y. recently completed Stone Valley.
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Southwest of Woodstock, this hike strings together the yellow Phoenicia–East Branch Trail, ...
Van Hoevenberg Trail is a hiking trail in Essex County, New York. It is within High Peaks ...
This is one of the most popular hikes in the Adirondacks, up a nature trail to a fire ...
This Catskill Mountains loop, a popular favorite, travels the escarpment and wooded outskirts ...
Tour the second largest park in Westchester County and test your stamina on a climb to ...
West of Saugerties, this loop rewards with a classic Catskill setting, vistas, and challenge. ...
Southeast of Syracuse, this blue-blazed trail, an extension of the Finger Lakes Trail ...
This clockwise loop into Five Ponds Wilderness in the Cranberry Lake Region traverses ...
In the towns of Colton, Pierrepont, and Parishville, this moderately difficult wooded ...
Take in great views and green buildings on this loop through a diverse Hudson Highlands ...
South of Watertown, three nature and hiking trails line up end-to-end for a single south ...
Wittenberg, which is the easternmost peak of the Burroughs Range, has one of the most ...
Between Sherman and Panama, this long-distance linear trail strings 24 miles through a ...
The water plummets down a sheer cliff wall through a small notch in the rock. In spring ...
Leave the antiques stores and family-run restaurants of Cold Spring behind for a day hike ...
North of Northville, this easy hike along a time-worn, centuries-old road accesses three ...
At this 2,200-acre wildlife management and bird conservation area—more than half of it ...
Letchworth Finger Lakes Trail is a hiking trail in Livingston County, New York. It is ...
Creel Tributary rushes through a 0.5 mile wide trough with 700-feet high walls on its ...
Whetstone Gulf is one of New York’s oldest state parks. Located on the eastern edge of ...
This pretty hike from the famous Bear Mountain Inn in the state park along Hessian Lake ...
Lake Chautauqua sits at 1,308 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest navigable ...
The segment of trail described here is a minor portion of the trails available in this ...
Two unique and rare glacial lakes with a decidedly green color are a major attraction ...
With health and recreation as its major thrust, Saratoga Spa State Park offers miles of ...
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