Bramley Mountain was once the site of a fire tower and the views from the summit to the Catskills ranges are impressive. Along the way the trail visits an abandoned bluestone quarry, caves and many outcroppings. Approximately 900′ ascent.
Event Duration: 4.1 miles, 3.5 hours
Level of Difficulty: Moderate-Difficult
Leader: Andes Hikers
Bring: good hiking shoes, snacks, plenty to drink, ice traction device and snowshoes depending on conditions. Hiking poles recommended. Maps available at the trailhead.
Registration required by April 24, 2019. Register by contacting the leader. See below.
Group size is limited to 12, so register early.
Dogs allowed: Yes, well behaved only.
Questions about this event and registrations can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-586-6273. Provide contact information for the morning of the hike. Please be sure to notify the leader asap if you will need to cancel your registration.
Driving Directions: The trailhead is located on Glen Burnie Rd. in Delhi, 0.7 miles south of CR 18 and 3.3 miles north of SR 28.
GPS coordinates: 42°17’57.5″N 74°50’09.6″W; 42.2993, -74.8360