Fall Networking Hike in Harriman State Park

Harriman State Park, Southfields, NY  
Saturday, November 06, 2021 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM   Add to Calendar Eastern Standard Time

A relatively laid back 5 mile hike to Lake Skenonto is perfect for newer hikers or those looking for a relaxed day. Note: there are a few rocky and uphill parts but overall this is a tame hike. You can read more about the hike here.

HBA NY/NJ/CT Region presents

Fall Networking Hike in Harriman State Park

Date and time
Saturday, 06 November
10:30AM - 01:30PM EST
Event Contact
Katie Merkel
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A relatively laid back 5 mile hike to Lake Skenonto is perfect for newer hikers or those looking for a relaxed day. Note: there are a few rocky and uphill parts but overall this is a tame hike.

For more information, including a map of the trail, visit the following link.

10:30 AM Meet at trailhead and introductions
10:45 AM Begin hike
12:00/12:30 PM Stop for lunch
1:45/2:00 PM End hike and say goodbye or spend time in Tuxedo, NY

Getting there by Train:
Take NJ Transit from Penn Station to Tuxedo Station: Take the 9:07AM train towards Long Branch from New York Penn Station. Transfer in Secaucus (about 9 minutes) and board the 9:25AM train toward Port Jervis. Get off at Tuxedo Station (46 minutes). We’ll meet at the rail station and walk about ½ mile to the trailhead to begin our hike. The rail station is about a 1/2 mile walk from the trailhead and will be marked on your NYNJTC map as "red". Basically you will need to walk North from the Train Station to find E. Village Road. Turn right on E. Village Road until it intersects with Grove Street. Grove will take you North to the Trailhead (also marked with red).

There is a return train at 4:20PM. For those taking the train, we’ll have some time to spend in Tuxedo and can grab a coffee or pizza nearby following our hike!

Getting there by Car:
There is a parking lot is across the street from the trailhead and there is also overflow parking alongside the road. Put the following address in Google maps to get to the trailhead: 1206-1340 County Rd 106, Southfields, NY 10975, USA.

Registration information
Event is open to: HBA Members only

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