Geological Significance · Historical Significance · River/Creek · Wildlife
This trail isn't signed (from the Pittstown side) and may be difficult to navigate. The parking areas may be difficult to reach or inaccessible (during the winter).
This trail starts off Snowmobile Junction RENS 53 (signed)/ RENS 51 (NYSSA website) and heads southwest. The trail isn't signed from this side, but starts just after the large dirt pile (on the right). Though this trail isn't blazed, it appears to follow pink and black-checkered flagging. It follows an old logging road and, soon, crosses over a small brook. It ascends the slopes of the hill, and stays right. It travels outside the boundary of the forest, for a short distance, then re-enters. It crosses a brook, that runs down the middle of the trail, and continues on. This portion of the Whoop De Do extension, basically, ends at the junction with Rynard's Roost Trail (on the right). Stay left to keep on Whoop De Do.