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Use this forum topic to post trail/park conditions, such as the amount of snow an area of Jersey received or if a trail is snow/ice covered, to help other hikers decide if they should make the sometimes long drive to a trailhead. More winter hiking resources can be found on our Winter Hiking page.

3/22/10 - Removed older entries, snow is gone but some problems from the storms exist.

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3/19/2010 - Mount Minsi, Delaware Water Gap, PA side - Went all the way out to Totts Gap on the Appalachian Trail. Trails were dry, creeks were low and easy to hop over. Found one last patch of snow out at Totts Gap but I am sure that is long gone after today's 70 degree weather.

3/20/10 - As per NYNJTC, both bridges on the Kakiat Trail in Harriman State Park are out.

Also, I would expect the stream crossings on the Dunnfield Creek Trail to Sunfish Pond in the Delaware Water Gap to be high and possibly tricky to cross. (No confirmation on this though)
3/20/10 - Horse Pond/Hewitt Butler/Lake Sonoma /Overlook trail in the north part of Norvin Green was fine - we expected wet trails, hard stream crossings, blowdowns and branches on any trail in north Jersey due to the storms but this route was clear.
3/22/10 - AT Bridge out in Vernon between Route 94 and Canal Road. Map and alt route here.

3/21/10 - Cheesequake State Park... oddly, trails dryer than normal and no issues even at the usual flooded areas.
3/21/10 - Harriman State Park near Sebago Lake - only a few downed branches; some muddy areas.


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