Best Snowshoeing in New York

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

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 ...
Tour the second largest park in Westchester County and test your stamina on a climb to ...
The Allens Creek valley is a natural oasis in the middle of a suburban landscape. It was ...
The hike to Bud Brook will get your heart pumping—a good aerobic workout. You’ll climb ...
Whetstone Gulf is one of New York’s oldest state parks. Located on the eastern edge of ...
A multiple-use area (MUA) is a parcel of land that provides recreational options. Area ...
Mount Marcy is the tallest mountain in New York State, and because of its remoteness, ...
Wittenberg, which is the easternmost peak of the Burroughs Range, has one of the most ...
The segment of trail described here is a minor portion of the trails available in this ...
Connecticut Hill is the largest wildlife management area in New York State, covering 11,654 ...
Actually, this is one of the better-developed trails in the Adirondacks, and for the most ...
With health and recreation as its major thrust, Saratoga Spa State Park offers miles of ...
Over 10,000 years ago the glaciers sculpted the Finger Lakes, leaving steep valley walls ...
Glen Falls is a wide, multi-tiered combination waterfall that cascades in some sections ...
While technically not part of the West Central Plateau, Cascade Lake and Queer Lake offer ...
Gleason Meadows covers 172 acres of meadow, scrubland, and woods. The high elevation means ...
This area of Irondequoit Creek is known as The Falls or The Hollow because the creek drops ...
Pratt’s Falls is a 137-foot, multi-tiered, milky cascade that sometimes freezes over in ...
The adventure begins in the village of Newfield where you’ll pass the only remaining covered ...
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