Hike the Catskill Mountain trails. There are thousands of miles of scenic hiking trails for you to enjoy, pick your adventure, they’re all exciting.
Climb to mountain summits, discover remote waterfalls, or take a walk through the woods and simply enjoy being in nature. The Catskill Mountains offer some of the most beautiful and diverse hiking terrains in the Northeast, making it the perfect destination for hikers of all experience levels.
This Catskills resource offers information on thirteen popular Catskill Mountains hikes that range from family friendly hikes to the lofty and challenging 3500 Club peaks. There is a trail for everyone in the Catskills!
Hikes Included In The Guide:
Giant Ledge: Difficulty moderate, 3.75 miles, out and back.
Sam’s Point: Difficulty moderate/hard, 7.5 miles, out and back.
Ashokan Rail Trail: Difficulty easy, 11.5 miles, out and back.
Kaaterskill Falls: Difficulty moderate, 1 mile, out and back.
Hunter Mountain Fire Tower: Difficulty hard, 8.2 miles, loop.
Frick Pond Loop: Difficulty easy to moderate, 2.2 miles, loop.
Neversink River Unique Area: Difficulty hard, 8.2 miles, loop.
Bramley Mountain Trail: Difficulty moderate, 4.2 miles, loop.
Catskills Scenic Trail: Difficulty easy, 26 miles, out and back.
Mount Tremper: Difficulty hard, 6 miles, out and back.
Overlook Mountain: Difficulty hard, 5 miles, out and back.
North Point: Difficulty moderate, 3 miles, out and back.
Balsam Lake Fire Tower: Difficulty moderate, 6 miles, out and back.