Long Path Trail Guide - Free Online Guide Available

The Long Path is a long distance trail that runs from the George Washington Bridge in New York City to the Mohawk River near the Capital District. The trail, as envisioned, will eventually make its way to Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks, providing a north-south hiking trail across New York and linking the Appalachian Trail and the North Country Trail, both of which are National Scenic Trails.

The Trail Conference maintains an online guide for the Long Path, which is a good resource for anyone considering hiking the entire trail or sections.

The Long Path traverses the Catskill State Park in its travels north, following many of the famous trails in the Catskills and reaches many of the Catskills' highest peaks, including the Devil's Path range.

For More Information on Catskills Hiking and Outdoors

Check out our Catskill Mountain Information Page for hikes, advice and planning information.  Need a hiking map for the Catskills?  The Trail Conference publishes the Catskills Trails Map Set, which is the best set of maps available for hiking in the Catskills. How about a guidebook?  Both AMC and ADK publish Trail Guides to the Catskill Region

Guide to Catskill Trails (Forest Preserve, #8) (The Forest Preserve Series)AMC Catskill Mountain Guide, 2nd: AMC's Comprehensive Guide to Hiking Trails in the Catskills (Appalachian Mountain Club)Catskill Trails