Anthony's Nose
GOOD FOR: All Ages

Source:Submitted by cybele907
Address:Route 9D and Route 202, Cortlandt Manor, NY

Bathrooms: Amenities available on western side of Bear Mtn Bridge at Bear Mountain Inn or Merry-go-round.
Water/Snacks: yes, food and drink available at Bear Mtn Inn and at other attractions (e.g. merry-go-round).

A great mix of steep "staircase" and gradual segments along 2.6 mi trail - fantastic views of the Hudson River.

Kid and dog, triumphant after hiking the AT + Camp Smith Trail to Anthony's Nose overlook.
Photo by: Raver

This hike is 1 hour's drive (48 mi) from NYC, has a great mix of steep "staircase" and gradual segments along 2.6 mi trail. Hiking along AT and Camp Smith trails leads to overlook with fantastic views of the Hudson River, hawks flying overhead. Fun for both older and younger kids -fits easily into 1/2 day adventure, as morning or afternoon hike. Great to do this hike with family dog.

Plan B:

Where to Eat Nearby:

Great restaurants in Cold Spring, a few miles north of AT trailhead, on eastern side of Hudson River.



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