The photo below is a view of Pine Meadow Lake in Harriman State Park, NY from Diamond Mountain.

Pine Meadow Lake, the terminus of the Pine Meadow Trail, is one of the more well-known lakes and a popular hiking destination in Harriman State Park, possibly due to its ease of access a relatively short distance from the Reeves Meadow Visitor Center on Seven Lakes Drive (not that Harriman Hikers would ever do a “baby” hike 😉

…well, except maybe Thanksgiving?

(Per our “About” Page, “(Harriman Hikers) Hikes are intermediate and although no special equipment or experience is needed, hikers should be in good physical shape and capable of hiking 7-8 miles over hilly and rocky wilderness terrain where some hills can be steep.”)

In any case, Pine Meadow Lake, as you can easily see is one of the many wilderness treasures we are all so fortunate to have an opportunity to enjoy in our great outdoors.

…so don’t stay indoors all weekend! Take a hike!

Pine Meadow Lake, Harriman State Park, NY - Photo by Greg Paret

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