Hike to Huckleberry Point | Wednesday, August 22,11:30 AM


Devil’s Path Range from Huckleberry Point

The hike to Huckleberry Point is one of the most satisfying in the Catskills,  While it’s a short and moderately difficult trail, it’s in one of the most famously rugged parts of the Catskills, beginning at the Devil’s Kitchen and reaching its stunning destination on the escarpment ledges high above the deep valleys below.  The breathtaking views of the ancient mountains of the eastern Devil’s Path Range will make you thankful you came, whether you’ve been before or not.  Truly a bucket list hike.  We’ll sit for awhile and enjoy the views while we picnic.


Event Duration:   4.8 miles,  4 hours

Level of Difficulty:  Moderate

Leaders:  Deanna Felicetta

Bring:  Dress and bring attire/gear for varied temperatures of the season. Have appropriate footwear. Bring lunch, snacks and plenty of water!!!

Registration required by August 20.  Register by contacting the leader. See below. Registration requires FULL name, a phone and if you have it,  an email address.

Group size is limited to 12, so register early.

Dogs allowed:  Yes, only with permission of event leader. Bring a leash for when needed.

Additional Information:  PLEASE contact  leader and cancel if you are not able to come as others may want to. Remember we hike together for safety and FUN!

Raindate:  Thursday, July 26.

Questions about this event can be directed to:  Deanna at felicetta.deanna@gmail.com or call 845-216 2021 and NO TEXTING PLEASE!  Leave name and number. Please contact leader if you need to cancel.

Driving Directions:  From Exit 20 of the NYS Thruway:  Go west 2.1 miles on CR 212 to Blue Mountan Rd,/Rte.35. Turn north 1.4 miles to W. Saugerties Rd./Rte. 33 and turn west. Go 1.9 miles to Platte Clove Rd. and continue straight up the clove. Follow for 2.4 miles until you reach the parking area on the right.

From Tannerville:  Just west of town, turn onto Bloomer Rd, and follow it as it becomes Platte Clove Rd. for 6.3 miles until you reach the parking area on the left.

See NY/NJTC trail map # 141.

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