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Best Trails of New Jersey

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running,

 

#1. Appalachian Trail: Sunfish Pond & Mount Mohican
Sunfish Pond is one of the most popular hiking destinations in New Jersey, with good reason. The rocky shores of this crystal clear glacial lake are postcard perfect. Get an early start for this hik...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States"
Hiking Trails
Columbia, NJ - Hiking - 8.8 miles


#2. Ringwood State Park Trails
At 5,000 plus acres, Ringwood State Park is one of the larger tracts of public land in northeastern New Jersey. The fact that it can be described as “mountain-bike friendly” makes it even more attrac...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking in New Jersey"
Hiking Trails
Ringwood, NJ - Mountain Biking - 11.5 miles


#3. Appalachian Trail: Sunrise Mountain & High Point
The northern Kittatinny Ridge rises in an uninterrupted rampart, climbing to 1803 feet at High Point, the greatest elevation above sea level in New Jersey. This rugged AT ridge walk is punctuated by ...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States"
Hiking Trails
Sussex, NJ - Hiking - 17 miles


#4. Palisades Interstate Park and the Long Path, NJ
This 7- or 17-mile hiking route takes you across the George Washington Bridge, north atop the Palisades high above the Hudson River, then down to either the Englewood or the Alpine Boat Basin, south t...
From the guidebook "Outdoor Escapes: New York City"
Hiking Trails
Englewood, NJ - Hiking - 17 miles


#5. Appalachian Trail: Catfish Mountain to Flatbrookville Road
The Kittatinny Ridge stretches northeast from the Delaware Water Gap for 43 miles to High Point, New Jersey, and is topped the entire way by the Appalachian Trail. When you look down from this precip...
From the guidebook "Exploring the Appalachian Trail: Hikes in the Mid-Atlantic States"
Hiking Trails
Jacksonburg, NJ - Hiking - 7.1 miles


#6. Allamuchy Mountain State Park
Allamuchy State Park, with its 12 miles of forest roads and singletrack, is a place worth seeking out. Riding is a mixed bag, including everything from easy cruising on well-graded forest roads to cha...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking Eastern New York"
Hiking Trails
Hackettstown, NJ - Mountain Biking - 12 miles


#7. Mount Tammany
The Kittatinny Ridge (meaning “Endless Mountain” in the Lenape Native American language) comes to an abrupt, spectacular end at Mount Tammany. The 1,527-foot ridge plunges 1,200 feet into the Delaware...
From the guidebook "Nature Walks in New Jersey"
Hiking Trails
Jacksonburg, NJ - Hiking - 3.5 miles


#8. Ringwood State Park
You can cruise all day on a labyrinth of old carriage roads that honeycomb Ringwood State Park, 4,300 acres in northwest New Jersey near I-87 and the New York state line. The hard-packed doubletrack ...
From the guidebook "Mountain Bike! Mid-Atlantic States: New York to West Virginia"
Hiking Trails
Ringwood, NJ - Mountain Biking - 8 miles


#9. Apple Pie Hill Fire Tower
There are no natural vistas from which to overlook the vast pine and oak wildlands overlaying the Cohansey formation aquifer. But 205-foot-high Apple Pie Hill with its firetower offers a stunning man-...
From the guidebook "Nature Walks in New Jersey"
Hiking Trails
Tabernacle, NJ - Hiking - 8 miles


#10. Wharton State Forest
Wharton State Forest's 110,000 acres form the largest single tract of land in the New Jersey State Park System, but Wharton is part of a much larger system, one that stretches over one million acres i...
From the guidebook "Mountain Biking the Greater Philadelphia Area"
Hiking Trails
Hammonton, NJ - Mountain Biking - 11.9 miles


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