Hiking in Harriman State Park,
About an hour northwest of New York City, Harriman State Park, which straddles the Appalachian Trail, is a wonderful place for a day hike. I escaped there with my friends Bill and Troy.
All of the links below connect directly to photos. Photos average 200K - 400K in size.
The day before, we had our requisite protein injection, in the form of Bill's wonderful chicken bouillabaisse.
|Bill memorizing the recipe|
|Troy in slice-and-dice mode|
|Bill's beautiful cherry tree|
Three men, lost in the woods.
|Reading the trusty trail guide|
|"Is there a bar anywhere on this map?"|
|Rustic signage 2|
|Michael on the summit|
Everywhere you look, nature in full glory
Yes, the Appalachian trail runs directly through this very narrow squeeze. Not for the faint of heart.
|Descending into the entrance|
|"Are you sure about this?"|
|"Are you REALLY sure about this?!?!?!"|
|Troy emerges on the other side|
This page last updated Monday, October 13, 2008