Time & Location
About the Event
Distance: Approx. 6 miles
Time: 3.5 hours
Dunderberg is a word meaning “thunder mountain”, named so for the frequent thunderstorms encountered by early Dutch settlers in the area. Features visible along its shoulders include Haverstraw Bay, the Palisades, the Timp, West Mountain, Bear Mountain, and the Bear Mountain Bridge. The route utilizes sections of the unfinished Dunderberg Spiral Railway as well as a small portion of the 1777 trail: a route used by Sir Henry Clinton to attack the Revolutionary War forts of Montgomery and Clinton.
Sturdy footwear and appropriate outdoor attire required. Make sure to bring plenty of water and snacks. We will hike rain or shine barring extraordinarily dangerous conditions such as lightning, hurricane, blizzard etc.
Please register for this event through the website and accept the terms of the waiver on the EVENTS page. Registrants will receive detailed hike information prior to the event via email. Please refer to the most recent email (sent within 24 hours of the hike) for most current details. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or DM @proactiveahw if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you there!
Registering for this hike requires accepting the terms of the waiver on our events page.*
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