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Best Hiking Trails in New York

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in New York, New York. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

FOREST PARK TRAIL

Myrtle Avenue, New York, NY 11421

Since 1896

Victory Field, Playgrounds, Swim Programs, Urban Park Rangers Programs, Kids Events, Baseball Fields, Bird Watching, Tennis Courts, Annual Events, The Bridle Path, Bocce Courts, Volleyball Courts, Fitness Equipment, Golf Courses, Running Tracks, Skate Parks, Nature Centers & Spray Showers

An area of 538 acres (218 ha), containing 165 acres of trees ● It is the third-largest park in Queens and contains the largest continuous oak forest in Queens ● They can accommodate 2,800 people, hosts free concerts throughout the warm season

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INWOOD HILL PARK TRAIL

Payson Avenue and Seaman Avenue, New York, NY 10034

Since 1926

Baseball, Soccer Fields, Handball Courts, Biking, Children's Playgrounds, Fitness Equipment, Hudson and Harlem River, Barbecue Areas, Basketball Courts, Barbecuing Areas & Tennis Courts

Largely natural, being non-landscaped hills, mostly wooded ● It covers 196.4 acres (79.5 ha) ● Offers visitors chances to appreciate large stretches of the park's natural beauty in an environmentally friendly manner ● It has occurred on the land that now composes Inwood Hill Park since the 17th and 18th centuries

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HIGH ROCK PARK

200 Nevada Avenue, Staten Island, New York, NY 10314

Since 1971

Wetlands, Wildlife, Recreation, Walking, Cycling, Student Visit, College Visits, Patches of Skunk Cabbage, Wood Ducks, Migrating Colorful Warblers & Woodpeckers

Its one of the most tranquil places ● Also six walking trail along which visitors can see stands of red maples and highbush blueberries ● Visitors can also climb Moses Mountain ● A 260-foot man-made hill named for City builder and Parks Commissioner Robert Moses ● The 360-degree panoramic view offered by the site is considered one of New York City’s most spectacular

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