Top 5 Winter Hikes
Top 5 Winter Hikes

Top 5 Winter Hikes

Did you know the CLC Public Conservation Areas are open year-round? Even during the winter months, you can head outside to enjoy nature! Each site offers a different variety of winter activities for you to try. Plan your next winter outing at one of these great winter destinations.

Borden’s Pond

Wind and turn as you explore the half-mile Streamside Trail. This trail will bring you through the trees of Borden’s Pond, where you’ll spot a variety of wildlife, including birds, squirrels, and maybe even a red fox! Click here for a trail map.


Looking for a place to snowshoe or cross-country ski? Slide across the Access for All Trail! This flat, one-mile trail will bring you from the parking area to a beautiful view of the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. Click here for a trail map.


With ten miles of trails, this site is a winter wonderland! Hiking, snowshoeing, birdwatching, and cross-country skiing are all fun things to do at this site. Click here for a trail map.


Set off through a forest filled with wonder. Primarily forested land, Schor offers excellent opportunities for birdwatching, a cozy winter picnic, and a beautiful view of Columbia County from the Summit Trail overlook. Click here for a trail map.

Siegel-Kline Kill

Snow day? Head over to Siegel-Kline Kill for one of the best sledding hills in Columbia County. People of all ages will have fun sliding down the Hawk Trail hill! Click here for a trail map.

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