New York City: Pine Meadow Lake

There are no car horns blowing on this pleasant 5-mile loop--just the therapeutic hum of mountain streams and a peaceful lake in the woods.
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There are no car horns blowing on this pleasant 5-mile loop--just the therapeutic hum of mountain streams and a peaceful lake in the woods.

Trail Facts

  • Distance: 8.0

Waypoints

PML001

Location: 41.1738128662109, -74.1684722900391

Head E onto Pine Meadow Trail, following red blazes

PML002

Location: 41.1739768981934, -74.161018371582

Bear L, connecting yellow markers along Stony Brook

PML003

Location: 41.1757469177246, -74.1537551879883

Straight @ 3-way; route climbs

PML004

Location: 41.1766395568848, -74.1516494750976

Bear R past brook onto white trail; scramble around rocks

PML005

Location: 41.1753997802734, -74.1479187011719

Straight @ 4-way; stay with white blazes

PML006

Location: 41.1750259399414, -74.1416549682617

Continue straight, keeping on N side of gurgling brook

PML008

Location: 41.1773910522461, -74.1309432983398

R @ 4-way onto road; walk S along Pine Meadow Lake shoreline

PML009

Location: 41.1736640930176, -74.1315383911133

Turn R @ 3-way onto yeallow connector trail

PML010

Location: 41.1727752685547, -74.1323165893555

Hard R onto Raccoon Brook Hills Trail (marked black)

PML011

Location: 41.1716690063477, -74.137939453125

R @ 3-way; rejoin white trail

PML012

Location: 41.1745376586914, -74.1417007446289

Straight @ 3-way; follow red blazes to trailhead

PML007

Location: 41.1750030517578, -74.1377410888672

Ga-Nus-Quah Rock: a pristine picnic spot on a giant stone