Tuxedo - Ramapo Torne - Dutch Dr loop
ElevationAscent: 2,020' 616 m
Descent: -2,019' -616 m
High: 1,186' 362 m
Low: 411' 125 m
GradeAvg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 28% (15°)
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“A long run or 1-night backpack with great views and a series of challenging, rocky hills.”— Nick Chmura
Backtrack a little and take a left on the well-marked Seven Hills Trail (blue) all the way back across the creek and up to Diamond Mountain. This trail is one of the most challenging but beautiful trails in Harriman. As you might guess from the name, it is very hilly. Several of the ascents are scrambles and involve using your hands. The ascents and descents come one after another, making it challenging to keep a good pace or rhythm. With that said, the views are excellent on all of the peaks and it is worth all the effort.
This is the most challenging, but also the most scenic, part of the run. There are many ups and downs with a few easy scrambles.
Once you reach Diamond Mountain on the Seven Hills Trail, take a left on the Hillburn-Torne-Sebago trail which takes you down to Lake Sebago. Then take the red trail up to Dutch Doctor. Up to this point it is a 12-13 mile run. There is a lean-to and camping sites at Dutch Doctor. From Dutch Doctor, take the Tuxedo - Mt. Ivy Trail out to Tuxedo (3-4 miles). The Tuxedo - Mt. Ivy trail is a moderate trail, with uneven ground and some rocks but not it is not challenging.
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