What you'll do
At the trailhead for Anthony's Nose, a well-known hiking hotspot in the Hudson River Valley, we'll have a round of introductions, talk about the route, and review the kiosk map. Next we'll set off on the blue trail, which winds along rocky terrain with various long-range views of the river and surrounding mountains. We'll move at a moderate athletic pace but stop for some water breaks, with photo opportunities along the way. After a little more than a mile, we'll be at the top of the sweet spot for Anthony's Nose, and we'll admire the dramatic scenery of the Bear Mountain Bridge crossing the river just beneath us as we stand on the rocks above. We'll then connect to the Appalachian Trail and hike it for about a half-mile before returning to the peak and then the downhill back to the cars.
Snacks Cereal bars, chocolate, and crackers
Water, juice, soda
Car ride, if needed If arriving by train at Croton-Harmon, we'll shuttle you by car to the hiking spot.
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Where you'll be
A short 45 min to 1 hr train from Grand Central Station, we'll traverse parts of the Camp Smith Trail and the Appalachian Trail. Anthony's Nose is one of the nicest overlooks in the Hudson Valley, with a sprawling, rocky clearing, perfect for soaking in the sun in the midst of the panorama.
Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 8 guests ages 18 and up can attend. You should be comfortable moving at a moderate athletic pace for at least two and a half hours. An intermediate to advanced fitness level is advised, as these trails can get steep in parts.
Mosquitoes may be pesky in the summer. Please wear practical clothing and footwear, and sun protection. We will cover a total of 4 - 5 miles during the course of the hike.
Hike the scenic Hudson Valley
₹1,400 / person
₹1,400 / person