A Season in Hell

Hunter, New York

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You may not abandon hope, but you may find yourself wondering at your fate as you pass through the hiking gauntlet known as the Devil’s Path. Early settlers of the region believed that the Devil built these mountains so that only he could scale them. You probably won’t encounter Lucifer on your walk but, as you chase the Devil’s Path up and down its home turf, you may wonder if the settlers might have been onto something. If you vanquish this devil of a trail, you’ll be boasting about it the rest of your life.

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"You may not abandon hope, but you may find yourself wondering
at your fate as you pass through the hiking gauntlet known as the Devil’s Path. Early settlers of the region believed that the Devil built these mountains so that only he could scale them.

You probably won’t encounter Lucifer on your walk but, as you chase the Devil’s Path up and down its home turf, you may wonder if the settlers might have been onto something. If you vanquish this devil of a trail, you’ll be boasting about it the rest of your life."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Hunter
Distance: 22.2 miles one-way
Elevation Gain: 8,686 feet
Trail Type: Point-to-Point
Duration: 2-3 days
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: New York Department of Environmental Conservation at dec.ny.gov/lands/5265.html. In case of an emergency on the trail, call 877-457-5680
Local Maps: USGS Quads: Lexington, Hunter, Bearsville, Woodstock, and Kaaterskill
Driving Directions: Directions to A Season in Hell

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May 2018