High Point Hill Challenge

Paterson, New Jersey

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For those who like to climb, there is a certain appeal to finding the highest point in the state. At 1,803 feet, High Point State Park is that place in New Jersey. The park offers scenic views of Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. This ride takes you on a loop from Dingmans Ferry on the Delaware River to High Point and back. This is a hilly ride, which is why it is designated a challenge, but the ride should be accessible to an average hill climber who doesn’t mind a few 300+-foot climbs. Terrain: Rolling to hilly. This is the hilliest region of New Jersey, so there will be a lot of ups and downs.
Road Biking New Jersey

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Road Biking New Jersey

by Tom Hammell (Falcon Guides)

For those who like to climb, there is a certain appeal to finding the highest point in the state. At 1,803 feet, High Point State Park is that place in New Jersey.

The park offers scenic views of Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. This ride takes you on a loop from Dingmans Ferry on the Delaware River to High Point and back. This is a hilly ride, which is why it is designated a challenge, but the ride should be accessible to an average hill climber who doesn’t mind a few 300+-foot climbs. Terrain: Rolling to hilly. This is the hilliest region of New Jersey, so there will be a lot of ups and downs.

© 2009 Tom Hammell/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Paterson
Distance: 42.1
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Riding Time: 3 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: DeLorme: New Jersey Atlas and Gazetteer: Pages 18 H9 and 19 D15. New Jersey Bike Maps: Lake Maskenozha, Culvers Gap, Milford, Port Jervis South; www.njbikemap.com.
Driving Directions: Directions to High Point Hill Challenge

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