Tag Archives: Long Path

View from Richmond Mountain of the Blackhead Range and Windham High Peak

Richmond Mountain and Richtmyer Peak are located in the Catskill Mountains on the border of Schoharie and Greene Counties. They can be considered as part of the Huntersfield Range. Both peaks make for a relatively easy day hike, but to get to the summit of Richmond Mountain will require a short bushwhack. Given this, one should possess knowledge on how to use a map and compass. There is a nice viewpoint on the ridge to…

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Fred Schroeder Memorial Trail sign

The Fred Schroeder Memorial Trail (about Fred) to High Point Cliff is a wonderful woods walk of about 3-miles round trip. Located in Boyd Thatcher State Park’s north section it has fewer visitors than the trails in the southern section. However, the trails in the area are popular with trail runners and mountain bikers. Given the views from High Point Cliff, you can be sure that you’ll share this place with others, especially in season.…

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Summit of Twin Mountain

After a period of closure due to vandalism, the section of Devil’s Path between Pecoy Notch and Twin Mountain Summit is again open for hiking. According to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, the trail is open with a short reroute.  On the state website they state: “The short reroute on the previously closed section between Twin Mountain Peak and Pecoy Notch Trail provides safe passage for visitors while maintaining the character of the…

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Trail head Long Path to Mine Kill Falls

This is unlike most of the posts we do on this site. Carolyn and I started the day with plans to hike Giant Ledge, but Carolyn’s hip was recovering from a strain and she wanted to stay away from the steeps. So, we decided on Mine Kill State Park which is close to home with easy hiking. For people looking to do a bit of hiking, picnicking, swimming in an Olympic size and kiddie pools,…

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