Join Nature Place trip leader, Roger Dubin, for a fun, family-friendly excursion in our favorite stomping grounds: Harriman State Park! Each of our Day Hikes explores a different area of the park (see below for a description of this specific hike). Hit the trails with us and meet other outdoor-loving families, learn about local plants and animals, get in some good exercise in the fresh air, and enjoy your packed lunch with a beautiful view. We’ll provide you with further details, including meet-up location when you register. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions prior to registration. Note: As we will be covering some miles, please consider your child/ren’s hiking capacity before deciding to attend.
Cost: $25 per adult, $10 per child
West Mountain: We’ll hike along the Fawn Trail and Timp–Torne trails and enjoy fantastic views of Bear Mountain and the Hudson River from West Mountain.
Meet Your Hike Leader:
Roger Dubin is an avid hiker and nature enthusiast, loves kids, and is happiest when sharing the hiking experience with families and children of all ages. He is a Day Hike Leader and Naturalist at The Nature Place during our summer camp season. He has hiked all of the trails in Harriman State Park also writes on the benefits of hiking for both adults and children. Roger is also a voluntary trail supervisor with The New York/New Jersey Trail Conference, managing over 55 miles of trails in Southeast Harriman. He is certified in Wilderness First aid and CPR.