Hiking in NYC, or just outside, is totally possible. From state parks to THE park, Central Park, hiking in NYC can be a year-round escape from the chaos of the city's streets. The famed Appalachian Trail is just one nearby hiking trail that offers miles and miles of nature and solitude. Or hop on two weeks and pedal the many paved and gravel routes throughout the city. Our trail scout gives you the scoop on hiking in NYC, as well as NYC hiking groups, meet-ups, events, and news.
The bill is a response to the White House's rollback of protections for Utah public lands.
The hikers fell in two separate incidents last weekend.
New York's plan also expands snowmobile access, but nixes proposed bike trails and luxury huts.
Ticks--plus bedbugs and stinkbugs--probably survived the Northeast's cold snap.
The proposal includes critical funding for water quality, healthy forests, and access to parks.
The 3-day event features camping, trail running, hiking, yoga, and music.
Food waste, congestion pricing, protection from chemicals, and more top the list this year.
Amble past amber maples on Kittatinny Ridge as golden eagles and hawks soar overhead on this overnight loop. BY KATRINA ROSSOS
A massive oak, a sprawling wetland, an atomic lake-this classic weekend trip packs it all into a 19.2-mile out-and-back on the Appalachian Trail. Bonus: Save the Earth by taking the train to the trailhead.
Hop off the train and onto a quiet, well-marked trail. Hike as far as 12.2 miles; see deer and turkey, and, if you choose, camp in a classic AT shelter.