Sullivan County and the surrounding area have many hikes suitable for novice and advanced hikers alike. Some of these hikes are located in town parks, some are railtrails and some are found on state forest lands. The surfaces for the hikes and terrains vary from flat and smooth to those of a more rustic nature. The hikes have been divided into various areas around the county and have been rated as EASY, MODERATE and STRENUOUS.

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Below is a list of all the trails on the website. Clicking on a header in a column will sort the list on that column.

Name Distance Difficulty
Frick Pond Loop 2.2 Easy
Loggers Loop 3.7 Moderate
Frick and Hodge Pond Loop 6.4 Strenuous
Long Pond Out and Back 2.3 Easy
Long Pond Short Loop 3.5 Moderate
Long Pond Complete Loop 6.0 Strenuous
Neversink River 1.4 Easy
Denton and Mullet Brook Falls 4.6 Moderate
Three Falls 8.4 Very Strenuous
Alder Lake Loop 1.7 Easy
Beaver Meadow Lean-to 4.7 Moderate
Beecher Lake Overlook 8.6 Very Strenuous
Russell Brook Falls 0.3 Easy
Trout Pond Out and Back 3.0 Moderate
Trout Pond Loop 4.5 Strenuous
Tusten Mountain Loop 3.1 Moderate
Around Little Pond Loop 0.9 Easy
Little Pond Loop 3.3 Moderate
Little Pond Loop and Cabot Mountain 4.6 Strenuous
Balsam Lake Mountain 4.3 Strenuous
Red Hill 2.6 Moderate
Haven Road to Tower (out and back) 2.3 Easy
Haven Road toward Wurtsboro (out and back) 4.7 Moderate
Basha Kill Southern Loop 10.4 Very Strenuous
Crystal Lake Loop 1.8 Moderate
Denman Mountain Loop 6.4 Strenuous
Jensen Ledges (out and back) 2.1 Moderate
Walnut Mountain (West Lake Loop) 1.0 Easy
Walnut Mountain (Around the Mountain) 1.9 Moderate
Walnut Mountain (Up and Over Loops) 5.1 Strenuous