Hike the Seven Hills trail for plenty of views and fun scrambling in Harriman State Park.
Plenty of viewpoints, hills, and scrambling plus Pine Meadow Lake in Harriman State Park, NY.
Expansive views from a fire tower and Big Hill, a few ruins, and hiking old woods roads past three pretty reservoirs.
This loop isn’t overly long at just under 8 miles, but there are enough hills and scrambling sections to rate it on the low end of “challenging”
This route takes in several view points along Mountain, SMB and Raccoon Brook Hill trails, Lake Wanoksink, and Pine Meadow Lake.
“Almost Perpendicular” is a steep rocky scramble to a nice viewpoint, and “Elbow Brush” is a short squeeze through a rock crevice.
We were poking around our GPS data for Harriman State Park, looking for an area that we hadn’t done and ended up doing a loop from Lake Skannatati. We’d done another route from this trail head in 2006, and oddly, it was on August 13th as well. (Yes, yes, we know, it’s geeky to have […]