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Nice hike, beautiful view of the ledges

This is an easy hike for an experienced hiker. But the trail is narrow, swampy and wet in places... read more

Reviewed August 7, 2016
655donl
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Queensbury, New York
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The Majestic Hudson as a wild river

We have visited Blue Ledges three times while staying at Timberlock on Indian Lake. Once hiking in... read more

Reviewed March 29, 2013
Julian Y
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Brighton, New York, United States
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20 Feb 2018
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7 Aug 2016
“Nice hike, beautiful view of the ledges”
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Reviewed February 20, 2018 via mobile

I feel like I was at " waldon Ponds". One with nature forever. If you want to forget about anything in our superficial lives, come here, and look, feel and breathe, complete transindentalism.

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Reviewed August 7, 2016 via mobile

This is an easy hike for an experienced hiker. But the trail is narrow, swampy and wet in places and loaded with obstacles such as tree roots and rocks. This is not an old logging road into the woods, so those who can't handle a...More

1  Thank 655donl
Reviewed July 8, 2013

The trail map forgot to mention that this is 7 miles down a dirt road, so make sure you have a 4 wheel drive. After a good rain, this trail is certainly not "easy" - moderate at best is a good description. Its muddy &...More

1  Thank Biagi
Reviewed March 29, 2013

We have visited Blue Ledges three times while staying at Timberlock on Indian Lake. Once hiking in over now closed private land, once while rafting the Hudson, and in 2007 hiking and picnicking in. It is a beautiful spot, often used by rafters for their...More

3  Thank Julian Y
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