Places To Mountaineering In New Jersey

Mt. Tammany

The location of the park is near the Delaware Water Gap which allows a year-round view of the serene water.

Sunfish Pond, Hardwick Township

The Sunfish pond is a 44-acre (18 ha) glacial lake surrounded by a 258-acre (104 ha) hardwood forest.

Norvin Green State Forest

One of the most difficult treks in New Jersey is this trail as it crosses through a rough terrain and a total of 15.5 Km has to be covered.

Maurice River Bluffs Preserve Millville

In this trail, one can opt for either a short trek of 2.6 mile, through the Pine Barrens along by the Maurice River.

Pochuck Valley To Pinwheel Vista

The Stairway is a steep climb up Wawayanda Mountain on the Appalachian Trail.

Buttermilk Falls

The falls is a beauty by itself but it’s stunning on a sunny day with the sun’s rays peeking through the forest canopy above.

High Point State Park

In this trekking route, one can start from the Appalachian Trail and reach the highest elevation covering a total distance of 18 miles.

Ramapo Valley County Reservation

The Ramapo Reservation is located at the Mahwah, which is a 3,313-acre Bergen County Park.

Beaver Brook Trail

The trail meanders through a lot of through many hills and valleys typical to the New Jersey Highlands Area.

Terrace Pond Loop

Hiking is very popular during the summer season. It is moderately congested and is located near West Milford, New Jersey.

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