This is a moderate loop hike up the Nurian trail to the Ramapo Dunderberg trail returning via the White Bar to the parking area on Kanawauke Road. The hike starts with a gradual, steady climb to the highest point of Harriman State Park at 1382 ft in elevation. Continuing on the Black Rock Mountain ridge to an open rock surface known as Whaleback, for multiple breath-taken views of the area mountains and valley. Depending on this year’s Fall weather, there may still be some brilliant colors of the Fall foliage. Much of the trail is on rocky, large rock surfaces with occasional rock steps and climb. These surfaces can be slippery when wet. Consider your balance skill before signing up.
Meet 9 am
at the first parking lot off Kanawauke Road/Rt106 traveling East from Rt 17 N (it’s about 2-3 miles from Rt.17, first parking lot on your right). Dress in layers for the weather. Bring lunch/snack, 2+ liter of water. aximum 6 hikers. RSVP by Wed 10/14/20
. Leader: Stephanie Lai,firstname.lastname@example.org