NY-NJ Trail Conference Harriman Trails - A Guide and History

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2010. 3rd ed. Bill Myles' original book has been completely revised by Daniel Chazin. It is much more than a guide. Years of research have produced a fine history as well. Marked and unmarked trails, lakes, roads and mines are all covered in depth. A complete reference with many historical photos.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Without the partnership of the Palisades Interstate Park Commission and the New York-New Jersey Trail Conference, hikers would be unable to enjoy the beauty of Harriman and Bear Mountain. Harriman Trails: A Guide and History, by William J. Myles and Daniel Chazin, describes not only the many trails, but also the rich history of the parks and their partners.. . . Provides information for 46 marked trails and many unmarked trails within the 52,000-acre Harriman/Bear Mountain State Parks. Trail descriptions include total length, mile markers, directions to the trailhead, landmarks, and history. 2010, third edition, 432 pages. 8 x 5.4 x 1 in.

- EMS

William Myles has written much more than a guide. Years of research have produced a fine history as well. Marked and unmarked trails, lakes, roads and mines are all covered in depth. A complete reference with many historical photos.

- Vargo Outdoors