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Rusk Mountain Wild Forest

Accessible Features

The area has a 4-mile long trail that provides a horse-mounting platform at the base as well as atop Hunter Mountain.

Hunter Mountain Accessible Horse-Mounting Platform

Directions:

From the West: Take St. Hwy. 23 East to Rt. 23A. Follow Rt. 23 A to Lexington. Make a right onto St. Hwy. 42. Follow Rt. 42 to West Kill. Make a left onto County Route 6 in West Kill. Follow County Route 6 all the way to the parking area (turns into one lane dirt road).
From the South: From Kingston, take St. Hwy. 28 to Allaben. Make a right onto St. Hwy. 42. Follow Rt. 42 to West Kill. Make a right onto County Route 6 and proceed as directed above.

Full Listing of DEC's Accessible Recreation Destinations.