Best Hiking in New Jersey

This list represents the most popular hiking in New Jersey. Use this list to plan your next New Jersey hiking trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Mt. Tammany Fire Road is a hiking trail in Warren County, New Jersey. It is within Delaware ...
There are no natural vistas from which to overlook the vast pine and oak wildlands overlaying ...
Just about everything a hiker could want can be found on this hike. For openers, there ...
Just north of Morristown’s suburban sprawl, a series of low ridges rises to nine hundred ...
You know those Western hikes in which miles go by with only the cacti or an occasional ...
Thanks to the Sierra Club and the Essex County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Cultural ...
Getting to Terrace Pond is half the fun of this hike, but be forewarned: kids can’t resist ...
For fear of overselling a park, we normally resist assigning it too many superlatives. ...
This awesome hike begins from the highest point of the New Jersey Palisades and steeply ...
Ramapo Valley County Reservation boasts more than two hundred species of birds, but there’s ...
Today, half of the 12,500 square miles of salt marsh that once lined the Atlantic coast ...
Allamuchy Pond Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Warren County, New Jersey. It is ...
Island Beach State Park (ten miles long but just a few hundred yards wide) protects one ...
Shepherd Lake, a 74-acre, spring-fed lake located in the heart of the Ramapo Mountains, ...
A longer hike through the largest property in the Union County Park System leads past ...
After a few hours of rolling along the rocky ridges of Hewitt, you’ll swear you’ve been ...
Take a pinch of iron-mining history, combine that with a highly scenic river, add a few ...
This fresh, verdant trail in fall and winter brings you and your canine pal the gift of ...
The high point of this short outing, both literally and figuratively, is an extended rocky ...
The trail comes out on a road, briefly passing private property then turning right into ...
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