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    Hudson Highlands Hike

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    Come explore the sweeping panoramic views of the Hudson Highlands! This hike will take you through the area's many woods and you'll learn about their significance during the Revolutionary War. Your journey will start in New York City where you will be picked up by one of your guides. See what nature has to offer and pass the remains of an old ghost town. You'll climb some spectacular cliffs and even have a chance to see hawks, falcons, and vultures fly overhead. It's a great reprieve from civilization until you are safely returned home. Come enjoy some of the area's most beautiful sites on this 11-hour journey away from the norms of city life.
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    Scenic Hudson Hike -- Union Square

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    Come explore the scenic Hudson River! This hike will take you through the natural beauty of Storm King Mountain. Your journey will start in New York City where you will be picked up by one of your guides. You will arrive at this unique point in the Hudson River and have plenty of time to peruse the rocky outcroppings and majestic river scenes. Climb past the ruins of an old house as you hike over Storm King Mountain to incredible views of the Hudson River. It's a great reprieve from civilization until you are safely returned home. Come enjoy some of the area's most beautiful sites on this 11-hour journey away from the norms of city life.
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    Midnight Hike & Swim

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    Tonight's destination isn't late-night pizza and Hulu. It's not a night of overconsumption and regret. Tonight, you hike. Tonight, you embrace nature's beauty, relishing a moonlit hike and midnight swim. This moderate five mile hike takes you to the top of a rocky mountaintop, where you'll traverse hiking paths, swim under the moon, and dry off by a fire with toasty marshmallows. Let your eyes adjust to the dark and brave a hike under the moonlight... or just flick on your flashlight. When was the last time you saw a real tree outside of Central Park? When was the last time you heard more than the whistling of the AC going? It's time to spark your sense of adventure again!
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    High Point Mountain Hike

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    Are you ready to go hiking? Then come embark on this miraculous journey up a beautiful trail, and gain over 1,900 feet in elevation. Prepare to cover a great amount of ground up the High Point Mountain and its V-notche exterior, a formation constructed by a large ice dam that once pressed against the side of the mountain. This is a moderate hike, including some steep and woodsy climbs, mostly near the summit. These trails are lightly traveled, ensuring some solitude as you work your way to the peak to see the area's remarkable sights. Prepare to uncover the notches and ridges created by glaciers, as well as the sedimentary rocks that still bear glacial scarring in areas. The hard work you and your group will carry out will allow you to see more terrain and higher vistas. You should expect to be tired and fulfilled on the van ride home, because this trip is expected to burn a pizza's worth of calories!
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    Snowshoe Hike & Wolf Sanctuary Visit

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    Usually, you're more likely to hike away from wolves than towards the pack, but that's only because you have never gone on this snowshoe hike and wolf sanctuary visit with Discover Outdoors. Wolf watching is actually incredibly soothing and the experience quickly transports you to a different time when wolves patrolled mountains and valleys. Ride to the scenic, quiet trails of the Delaware Water Gap. Explore the terrain while snowshoeing your way to the center of the sanctuary. There, you will find packs of Timber, Tundra, and Arctic wolves for you to observe. You'll see their unique eating patterns and social structures. We can't promise you won't find yourself howling with the wolves.
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    Raccoon Brook Hike

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    Nothing says outdoorsy like a hike through diverse terrain and scenery! Embark on a Raccoon Brook hike, and expect to pass through large boulders, wander through mountain laurel tickets, and glimpse understories of blueberry bushes and cross intermittent streams. As you continue to climb, you will reach a rock ledge covered in scrub oak and pitch pine with a dramatic overlook of Harriman State Park to the southwest. After reaching the top of the mountain, you'll enjoy the breathtaking scenery with a lunch break before heading back down to where you started. Cross over the Pine Meadow Dam to continue on the rest of the hike, which follows the babbling Stony Brook and is a particularly scenic route back to the visitor's center. It's a great way to take in nature and enjoy this scenic area.
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    Hike and Brewery Tour

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    What's a better way to end a long hike than with a pint? This incredible day hike will take you through breathtakingly beautiful trails, followed by a trip to the local brewery. While there, you'll sample a variety of award winning New York State microbrews. Your adventure takes place in the Hudson Valley region on a five-mile trail. As you wind your way to the top of the ridge, intoxicating views will captivate you for miles and will give you a real sense of what truly being out of the city feels like. Come spend the afternoon sipping some cold brews and relaxing from your morning out on the trail!
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    Ice Cave & Waterfalls -- Union Square

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    Ice caves sound like something you can only experience on an adventure in a country that measures its temperature in Celsius. But on this journey, you'll be departing from New York City of all places, and enjoy a breakfast of bagels as you depart to Verkeerder Falls! Along the way, see panoramic views of the Shawangunks. Hike along the trail (which can occasionally be rocky and muddy) and pick wild blueberries as you hike up the trail. Eventually you'll reach the ice caves, which are actual caves that are icy year-round! It's a great way to experience sights you wouldn't expect to find so close to home.
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    Rock Climbing

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    Climb the Gunks! Do you really need a gym when you have nature not far away -- some of the best rock climbing in North America is just north of NYC in the Shawangunk Mountains. Explore the spectacular scenery with a hands-on (literally) experience climbing these majestic mountains. Your day begins with an intensive lesson of basic fundamentals with rock climbing experts, where you'll learn belaying, climbing and rappelling techniques. From there, it's time to test your skills and tackle the cliffs yourself, as you climb routes of varying difficulties. Why stay in the city when you can enjoy a real adventure?!
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    In the Footsteps of John Burroughs

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    We all need a break from everyday life, and sometimes the best way to get away is to climb a mountain. Come experience hiking over three of the tallest peaks in the Catskill Mountains on a weekend backpacking trip. You will get to spend two days and one night taking in fresh air and nature. See the views that inspired the writings of naturalist John Burroughs and feel yourself connect with all that the earth has to offer. It will be so relaxing and invigorating you may not want to leave!
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