Télécharger

Distance

5,36 km

Dénivelé positif

30 m

Difficulté technique

Facile

Dénivelé négatif

7 m

Altitude maxi

27 m

Trailrank

31

Altitude mini

0 m

Type d'itinéraire

Aller simple
  • Photo de BEACON. Long Dock-Vía Verde River Front Trail-DENNINGS POINT. Hudson Highlands State Park.
  • Photo de BEACON. Long Dock-Vía Verde River Front Trail-DENNINGS POINT. Hudson Highlands State Park.
  • Photo de BEACON. Long Dock-Vía Verde River Front Trail-DENNINGS POINT. Hudson Highlands State Park.
  • Photo de BEACON. Long Dock-Vía Verde River Front Trail-DENNINGS POINT. Hudson Highlands State Park.
  • Photo de BEACON. Long Dock-Vía Verde River Front Trail-DENNINGS POINT. Hudson Highlands State Park.

Durée

32 minutes

Coordonnées

517

Publié

28 juillet 2013

Enregistré

janvier 2010

Navigation Outdoor

Soyez votre propre guide le long des millions d’itinéraires en plein air depuis votre portable. Même hors ligne !

Démarrer Wikiloc Premium Mettez à niveau pour supprimer les annonces
Navigation Outdoor Navigation Outdoor
Soyez le premier à applaudir
1 commentaire
Partager
-
-
27 m
0 m
5,36 km

Vu 1500 fois, téléchargé 5 fois

près de Beacon, New York (United States)

Desde el puerto de Beacon y la Estación de tren seguimos la antigua via ferroviaria hasta Dennings Point, una pequeña península en el Río Hudson llena de senderos donde se puede caminar y practicar MTB. Tras una ruta en circular volvemos por la vía ferroviaria, (sólo para ir a pie) ya que está los travesaños de la antigua linea colocados todavía. Hay un momento que hay que cruzar un puente sobre la nueva línea a ferroviaria que está la madera en algo mal estado con bastantes agujeros que da bastante miedo pasar.
De todas formas el día que fuimos a Madam Brett Park lo que hicimos fue atravesar la nueva línea a pie (muy peligroso) para pasar a Dennings Point. Mi siguiente track.

Voir plus external

1 commentaire

  • Photo de Luis Argüelles

    Luis Argüelles 28 juil. 2013

    Denning's Point/Hudson Highlands State Park
    City of Beacon

    Denning's Point in Beacon was home to the dwellings of pre-historic American Indians six thousand years ago. Henry Hudson's crew sailed to it in 1609, and George Washington also landed there in the Revolutionary War. It is believed that Alexander Hamilton penned letters from Denning's Point that formed the basis for his influential Federalist papers.

    Denning's Point to Long Dock

    Beacon Institute's facilities are the twenty-first century's contribution to the site. From this historical standpoint, one can participate in a revolutionary model of scientific research. Beacon Institute's Center for Environmental Innovation and Education is both an educational facility and a Visitor Center for the Park.

    Hudson Highlands State Park, a mostly undeveloped preserve of nearly 6,000 acres, consists of a series of separate parcels of land stretching north from Annsville Creek in Peekskill to Dennings Point in Beacon. The Hudson Highlands and Hudson River provide spectacular backdrops for outdoor activities such as fishing, boating, hiking and birding.

    The park's extensive hiking trail network includes terrain that varies from easy to challenging. Trail maps can be obtained at the Clarence Fahnestock Memorial State Park office. The park's most well known trail — Breakneck Ridge — was rated by Newsweek as one of the top 10 day hikes in America. The 5.5 mile Breakneck Ridge trail rises 1,250 feet in only a 3/4 mile stretch.

Vous pouvez ou sur cet itinéraire