Harvey Mountain is one of the highest points in Columbia County. Near the summit is a large field filled with blueberries. This picnic spot, complete with a table, provides nice views of the Taconics to the South and Catskills to the Southwest.
You will be traveling on a combination of old roads and foot paths which wind through a mostly hard-wood forest. Be sure to watch out for the trail markers.
The trail starts opposite of camp site #1 near the parking area. It is marked with blue disks. After 0.3 miles, you reach a junction. Turn right on the red trail which leads 1.2 miles to the picnic area.
The actual summit is past the picnic spot in the woods. There is a concrete marker at the boundary between MA and NY.
Trailhead: Take NY Rte 90 East to Exit B3. Continue on NY Rte 22 South for 3 miles.
Turn left onto East Hill Rd. The parking area is on the right after 0.4 miles. (Lat:42.326 Lon:-73.44)
My car will be parked in the parking area (blue/grey Jeep patriot)
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