“The mind can go in a thousand directions, but on this beautiful path, I walk in peace. With each step, the wind blows. With each step, a flower blooms.”
Last summer I did a whole bunch of hikes from a book called, Circuit Hikes In Harriman by Don Weise. Today (4/11/17), I was going to do a pretty lengthy hike but when my daughter asked if she could go hiking again today (WOW!!), I decided to do this relatively easy loop in Harriman State Park.
Once again, the difference in what the woods look like from season to season is truly amazing. Five and a half miles later, I think that I got some pretty decent photos.
The start of the Horn Hill Bike Path. Nice and flat!
Canada Geese feeding a pond next to the trail.
The same geese…
Trees along the trail.
The Appalachian Trail crosses this trail at two points during the hike.
The AT headed south towards Georgia.
Looking south behind us on the trail.
As you hike along the bike path, the Ramapo Dunderberg Trail crosses its path. Here are some nice stone steps to help you on your way.
Beechy Bottom Road