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Hudson River Valley Ramble with Trail Conference Maps
The Trail Conference is proud to be a sponsor of the 13th Annual Hudson River Valley Ramble
Ramble hikes and other events are scheduled for the last four weekends in September 2012:
8-9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-30.
Find your way to and on Ramble hikes with trail maps from the Trail Conference.
Then keep exploring the hundreds of miles of spectacular Hudson River Valley trails on your own the rest of the year.
These are the maps made by the people who make the trails. When you buy directly from the Trail Conference, you are also supporting trail maintenance and protection in the New York-New Jersey region.
Get your own complete set of trail maps for regions included in the Hudson River Valley Ramble.
Buy the entire set of 9 maps as a package and save 30% off total retail price! (No additional discount for members.) Sale ends September 28!
Or select just the ones you want. (No special discounts; members enjoy usual 25% discount.)
- Hudson Palisades Trails
- East Hudson Trails
- West Hudson Trails
- Harriman-Bear Mountain Trails
- Catskill Trails
- Shawangunk Trails
- Sterling Forest Trails
- Old Croton Aqueduct (NYC, published by Friends of Old Croton Aqueduct)
- Old Croton Aqueduct (Westchester, published by Friends of Old Croton Aqueduct)
Join this Trail Conference member-led Ramble hike
Camp Smith Trail to Anthony's Nose (East Hudson Highlands): Sunday, September 23
Meet: 9:30 AM
Bear Mountain Bridge
Camp Smith Trail and Appalachian Trail
Running parallel to the Hudson River, the Camp Smith Trail to Anthony’s Nose offers spectacular views that make this strenuous hike, with its many elevation gains and losses, worth the work. The view from Anthony’s Nose is as famous as its name. At each view point, you will learn about the history of the Hudson Valley from Jane and Walt Daniels, authors of Walkable Westchester and members of the NY-NJ Trail Conference.
Note: Rocky footpath with steep ascents and descents. Hike leader always shows.
Length: 3.7 miles.
Duration: 3.5 hours.
Not suitable for children under 10.
Wear hiking shoes or hiking boots; bring lunch
and at least 1 quart of water per person.
Directions: From east side of Bear Mountain Bridge, go north on Rte 9D and park on the river side just north of the bridge