The Trail, Fully Grown

Appalachian Trail

I’ve never hiked the length of the Appalachian Trail, nor is it likely I ever will. But those parts of the trail nearest to me, in New York and New Jersey, are among my favorite places to walk. These photos are from a segment of the trail that goes through Wawayanda State Park. Wawayanda touches Vernon and West Milford, N.J., and Warwick, N.Y. In the middle of June, this part of the trail is as green and lush as it ever gets.

Wawayanda State Park
Appalachian Trail
Parker Pond
Parker Pond
Parker Pond
Appalachian Trail
Wawayanda Hilton
Wawayanda Hilton
Appalachian Trail
Wawayanda State Park
Appalachian Trail
Appalachian Trail
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11 Responses to The Trail, Fully Grown

  1. An appealing set of paths, plenty of room and excellent views. Thanks for this peek, Ken.

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  2. That shelter is awesome! I’m close to the AT here in Virginia and I love seeing other parts along the trail. Thanks!

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  3. The Wawayanda Hilton has all the amenities! Hi Ken. Have you hiked the AT in other states?

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  4. Donna Janke says:

    I can see why this is a favourite place to walk. Beautiful.

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  5. Geri Lawhon says:

    I did not know that there were shelters along the way. Nice pictures of the part you walked, thanks.

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  6. One of my favorite northern NJ hiking places!

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  7. Kelly MacKay says:

    Oh nice, I always wanted to hike the AT but I doubt I will not enough life left. Thanks for sharing

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  8. Pam Lazos says:

    Love the Hilton!

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  9. Bumba says:

    Beautiful out there.

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