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Breakneck Ridge

Often called ‘the most popular day hike in America,’ Breakneck Ridge is a challenging four-mile climb with several summits, rock scrambling and river views.



Philipstown, NY 10516
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Often called ‘the most popular day hike in America,’ Breakneck Ridge is a challenging four-mile climb with several summits, rock scrambling and river views.
 

Located in Hudson Highlands State Park Preserve, this mountain sets along the Hudson River between Beacon and Cold Spring. Its trails will test hikers of all ages with steep rock ledges before rewarding them with expansive views of the river.

 
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Philipstown, NY

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