Catskill Mountains Hiking

catskill mountains hiking

Stay, Eat, & Hike! We have easy walking trails on the resort property and we are just 2 miles from Delaware River scenic walks and Minisink Battleground hiking http://www.catskillmountainsresort.com/ap-minisink-battleground-park-1467043015.php

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Hike Sullivan County
Frick Pond Loop, Mongaup State Park – Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

One of the best family-friendly hikes in the Catskills, including for young kids and seniors, Frick Pond Loop travels through varied terrain, including forest, meadows, and wetlands. While boardwalks have been installed in particularly wet areas of the trail, this can be a muddy hike in spring or following heavy rain. It is a great place to see local wildlife, especially birds. The trailhead is located on Beech Mountain Road. Look for the Quick Lake/Flynn Trail Trailhead and follow the red blazes to complete the Frick Pond Loop.

Distance: 2.2 miles
Route Type: Loop
Elevation Gain: N/A
Trailhead Location: Beech Mountain Road, Willowemoc Wild Forest

Neversink River Unique Area: Three Falls Loop – Difficulty: Difficult

Put in the work and enjoy the reward on this rolling 8.4-mile hike through the Neversink Unique Area. The majority of this loop follows along the banks of the Neversink River, so the soothing sound of water is almost always within earshot. A waterfall trifecta, you can follow off-shooting trails to enjoy views of Denton Falls, High Falls, and Mullet Brook Falls. While this is a marked and maintained trail, with several backcountry bridges installed for your convenience, the abundance of surrounding water can make trails slippery and muddy, so come equipped with sturdy, waterproof hiking shoes!

Distance: 8.4 miles
Route Type: Loop
Elevation Gain: N/A
Trailhead Location: Katrina Falls Road, South of Rock Hill

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