All tagged hiking
Why are we so in love with the Staten Island Greenbelt? Here are the top three reasons why you need to explore NYCS largest forest preserve this summer.
Looking for an easy afternoon outside? Check out one of these local hiking trails in New York City.
Best Bet for Fall Foliage? Get to the Gunks for hiking, views, apples, colors, and more!
Head up to Big Indian New York for one of the best hikes in the Catskills. This trip is a little over 3 miles and will provide incredible views and a chance to camp in the wilderness.
Did you say you wanted to get out? Well just across the George Washington Bridge lies an oasis for hiking, biking, and general outdoor enjoyment. Check out the beta on walking there from Manhattan.
Because sometimes you have to go hiking after work
An easy day trip < waterfalls included >
A laid back day trip to Harriman State Park - no car needed.
Subway to trail hike with beautiful views of New York City
An amusement park of outdoor options - a great way to #optoutside. The 4-mile loop is short but steep and offers incredible views!
A classic - every New Yorker must do Breakneck at least once.
Cascade & Porter are the perfect duo for your first two "High Peaks" in the Adirondacks.
Why not mix in some hiking with your Oktoberfest this year?
Don't let the unofficial end of summer be the end of your fun - here are 5 ideas to get you outdoors before the season changes.
Freshkills Park's extreme makeover from the world's largest landfill to a 2,200 acre park
Who says you can't hike the Appalachian Trail without a car? Alex does a section hike all by public transit.
Located at the end of the A line in the northernmost tip of Manhattan, Inwood Hill Park comprises the largest remaining natural forest in Manhattan.