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Raccoon Brook Hills Trail

Intermediate/Difficult

Trail

2.6 mile 4.2 kilometer point to point
87% Runnable
Intermediate/Difficult

Elevation

Ascent: 550' 168 m
Descent: -342' -104 m
High: 1,222' 373 m
Low: 943' 287 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (4°)
Max Grade: 18% (10°)

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Trail shared by Karl W

This trail allows access to the top of Raccoon Brook Hill, a high point with nice views of the park.

Karl W

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Description

In order to get to this trail, you'll have to run into the park along one of many other trails, such as the Kakiat Trail (white blazes) or the Seven Hills Trail from the Reeve's Meadow Visitor Center. The southwest end of the trail can be found about 2.3 miles along the Seven Hills Trail southeast from the visitor center. The trail also connects to the end of the Reeves Brook Trail.

There is a decent amount of up and down along this trail which makes it interesting, and the views from the top of Raccoon Hill are great! Raccoon Hill is located toward the northeast end of the trail not too far from Pine Meadow Lake.

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Land Manager: NY State Parks

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#433

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One of the many great sections of singletrack in Harriman State Park
Jul 21, 2018 near Montebello, NY
Just off trail sits a serene field in south Harriman State Park
Jul 21, 2018 near Montebello, NY
A great break spot on Racoon Brook Hills Trail in Harriman State Park
Jul 21, 2018 near Montebello, NY

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