Boasting upwards of 700,00 acres of pristine protected lands, it’s no surprise that Ulster County is a top destination for hikers eager to tackle some wild terrain!
No matter your skill level, from beginner to expert, the Catskill Park features 350 miles of trails, so you’re sure to find something fit for you.
Whether you’d prefer scrambling up mountains or taking a leisurely stroll alongside a rushing stream, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Ulster County’s wilderness.
Let’s explore some of them! They’re ranked in order of difficulty, from easiest to hardest, for your convenience.
Ashokan Rail Trail (ART)
Open year-round, this 11.5 mile hike doesn’t feature any elevation changes and is considered to be on the easier sides of Ulster…
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