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    Uplands West Loop Nc

    Trail View State Park, New York
    Distance0.7mi
    Elevation Gain239ft
    Trailhead Elevation172ft
    Top240ft
    Elevation Min/Max114/240ft
    Elevation Start/End172/172ft

    Uplands West Loop Nc

    Uplands West Loop Nc is a hiking trail in Cold Spring Harbor, New York. It is within Trail View State Park. It is 0.7 miles long and begins at 172 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 239 feet. This trail connects with the following: Nassau - Suffolk Trail.
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    "The northern end of the Nassau–Suffolk Greenbelt Trail offers some of Long Island’s most challenging hiking. With its highest point coming in at a mere 400 feet above sea level, Long Island gets a bad rap from hikers who don’t live there. How, they ask, can it really be interesting and challenging to hike on such flat land? Consider heading to Cold Spring Harbor State Park for a few hours to find out. Located along the ridge overlooking the inlet that gave Cold Spring Harbor its name, it has the features of a moraine, the ridges pushed up by the ends of glaciers. You will find yourself hiking up and down the sometimes steep bumps that occasionally require switchbacks, a feature not often seen on the trails of Long Island." Read more
    Susan Finch
    "Hike through grassy meadows to isolated upland woods on a ninety-seven-acre preserve." Read more

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    USGS quad: Huntington
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