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Breakneck Ridge Trail

  I confirm Breakneck Ridge is between Dutchess and Putnam counties.
Says Fabrice Boucher

Malouf's sunset camp is an exciting new option for those who love the breakneck ridge hike, and would like to make a weekend out of it. Malouf's sunset camp-You start at the Breakneck ridge trailhead, and hike in to Malouf' sunset camp (reservations must be made ahead of time; of course.Once you get to your site, everything you need for a wonderful evening of
    camping awaits you. All you need to bring is a sleeping bag, which you can either carry in your pack while hiking, or have them pick up any gear you might have, and it will be waiting for you at your site. They provide a chowbox,
which has everything you need to enjoy the camping experience. You should check out their website, it provides all the details! maloufsmountain.com
Says Athina

My girlfriend and I recently hiked the Breakneck Ridge Trail to the Notch Trail, then on to the Wilkinson Memorial Trail. A fantastic day hike (6 hours) with lots of rock climbing and scrambling. Fantastic views as well. USGS ''West Point'' quadrant.
Says Jake

It is in putnam
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Leo

Breakneck is on the other side of the Hudson River from Rockland County, at the junctions of Putnam and Dutchess Counties. Camping is avaialable at a great hike-in hike-out campground, on the connecting Fishkill Rige, called Malouf's Mountain Sunset Camp (see their web site).
Says Glen

Given the lat/lon coordinates stated, I'd guess they're referring to what's known on the NYNJTC maps as the Breakneck Mountain Trail in Harriman SP. 'BMT' is painted on a rock at the southern terminus.
Says Greg

I don't think breakneck is in Rockland county , I think I t may be dutchess
Says MIke









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These outdoors activities are available near Breakneck Ridge Trail.
 Trails Near Breakneck Ridge Trail:
Torne Mount Ivy Trail, Rockland County , 1 miles away
Stilwell Lake Trail, Orange County , 8 miles away
Cannonball Trail, Bergen County , 9 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Breakneck Ridge Trail:
Beaver Pond, Bear Mountain , 2 miles away
Harriman State Park - Beaver Pond, Pomona , 3 miles away
Fingerboard Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Central Valley , 3 miles away
National Camp Assn, Pomona , 4 miles away
William Brien Memorial Shelter - Appalachian Trail, Stony Point , 5 miles away
 Whitewater Near Breakneck Ridge Trail:
Ramapo River, Orange/ Rockland County , 6 miles away, Class II-III - 7.5 miles long (Route 210 to Ramapo)
Popolopen Creek, Orange County , 9 miles away, Class IV-V - 4 miles long (to Popolopen Bridge)
Penlolopen Brook, Orange County , 9 miles away, Class IV(V+) - 1 miles long (Queensboro Lake to a mile above 9W)
Moodna Creek, Orange County , 11 miles away, Class II-IV - 6 miles long (Woodbury Creek to Old Forge Hill Road)
Fish Kill River, Dutchess County , 18 miles away, Class II-IV - 0.25 miles long (Beacon)
 Public Lands Near Breakneck Ridge Trail:
Gateway National Recreation Area, Brooklyn - NY , 31 miles away
Delaware National Scenic River, Bushkill - PA , 59 miles away
Harriman State Park, New York , 2 miles away
Sterling Forest State Park, New York , 6 miles away
Anthony Wayne Recreation Area, New York , 7 miles away
 Hotels Near Breakneck Ridge Trail:
Holiday Inn SUFFERN, Suffern , 4 miles away
Crowne Plaza SUFFERN-MAHWAH, Suffern , 4 miles away
Howard Johnson Inn Suffern, Suffern , 5 miles away
Hampton Inn Harriman Woodbury, Central Valley , 6 miles away
Days Inn Harriman Near Woodbury Commons Outlets, Harriman , 7 miles away
 Lakes Near Breakneck Ridge Trail
Cheesecote Pond, Rockland County , 4 miles away
Lake Stahahe, Orange County , 5 miles away
Mombasha Lake, Orange County , 8 miles away
Hessian Lake, Rockland County , 9 miles away
Cupsaw Lake, Passaic County , 12 miles away

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