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Location: Crestline trail from Fort Lee N to Alpine at top of Palisades.
State(s): New Jersey
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The twelve-mile New Jersey section of the Long Path begins in Fort Lee just south of one of the busiest river crossings in the world, the George Washington Bridge, and ends at the New Jersey/New York state line. Yearly, thousands hike the Long Path for its many accessible Hudson River overlooks, the highest being State Line Lookout located in Alpine, NJ, 532 feet above river level. The Long Path is primarily maintained by the Palisades Interstate Park Commission, one of the earliest examples of interstate cooperation for land conservation in the country. Also responsible for maintenance is the New York/New Jersey Trail Conference, whose efforts help keep the trail passable year-round. Six trails connect to the Long Path, one being the Huyler Landing Trail, which General Lord Cornwallis' British Army used to scale the New Jersey Palisades in November 20th 1776. Many in the area consider this trail special because it provides them with a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area. The Long Path's terrain makes it a favorite for many off-road runners who fold it into part of their marathon-training regimen.
Width: 36 inches.
Primary Surface: Soil
Secondary Surface: None
Elevation Low Point: Not Available
Elevation High Point: Not Available
Elevation Gain (cumulative): Not Available
Year Designated: 1971
Supporting Webpages and DocumentsWebsite: Palisades Interstate Park
Website: NY-NJ Trail Conference - trail information
Website: Long Path North Hiking Club
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