This weekend we decided to take on the first half of Devil’s path, described as one of the more challenging hikes in the Northeast.
I was PUMPED and yet mildly concerned by what I had heard about this trail.
The trail spans 4 of the Catskill 3500:
Indian Head: 3,573 ft
Twin: 3,640 ft
Sugarloaf: 3,880 ft
Plateau: 3,840 ft
Continue reading “Taking on the Devil Part 1: Devil’s Path the Eastern Half”
80 degrees on Long island! Yes! Finally, a nice spring weekend. It’s about time…April 14th, practically a month into spring. What better way to spend it then a hike in the Catskills … hiking in 20 degree weather and snow flurries?
Continue reading “Vly and Bearpen”
Last month I did my first winter hike. A seven mile hike covering three of the Catskill 3,500 mountains is a decent challenge. A seven mile hike over three of the Catskill 3,500 mountains in the dead of winter, with two feet of snow, is an even more intense challenge, but hey, why not?
Continue reading “Black Head, Black Dome, and Thomas Cole Mountains”