Standing at 797 feet, High Tor offers views of the Hudson River, the town of Haverstraw, and, even on hazy days, a distant glimpse of the New York City skyline. Just down the nearly 3-mile Long Path trail is Little Tor (620 feet).
See Long Path page for more.
Old Putnam Trail in New York City's Van Cortlandt Park is actually an abandoned rail line of the New York Central Railroad Putnam Division. An unusual feature are 13 large stones which were shipped from quarries by railroad magnate Commodore Cornelius Vanderbilt to determine which would be the most durable for building Grand Central Station. The route also connects with the John Kiernan Natural Trail and the South County Trailway into Yonkers.