• New York’s Hudson Valley Travel Guide For Families on Poets’ Walk: […] Rhinebeck, it’s time to head to New Paltz. If there’s a chance, stop at Poet’s Walk along the way. This hike is a terrific way to take in the varied landscapes that make the Hudson […]
  • Meg on Anthony’s Nose II (via Camp Smith Trail): We hiked this today and it was great! Thank you for the directions and the GPS coordinates for the parking area. We have hiked several hikes in the Hudson Valley using your directions and all have worked out well for us.
  • Jenn L on Stony Kill Falls: This was a beautiful, short hike to add on after a humid morning of running trails nearby. It had rain a bunch the night before/morning so we knew there would be some water flowing. The parking lot is huge and the path nicely maintained. We even dunked ourselves in a…
  • Dan on Huckleberry Point: From June 2024 This is a really great bang for your buck - the hike isn't too hard and the payoff is great. Like another person already said the trail is very well marked now. Huckleberry Point has its own signage and when the trail switches over from blue to…
  • Laurel on Bear Mountain State Park: Happy to help, Mike! I know many hikers have been as anxious as me to hit the Bear Mountain Trails! Last year's terrible flooding happened a day before I was supposed to check into one of the Stone Cottages for my hike. I was finally able to tackle the look…
  • Ken Yanovsky on Huckleberry Point: Thanks for the guide, these days trail is clearly marked except for one right turn. Strava tells me we went 6.53 miles.