Took a quick look up on Anthony's Nose while hiking the AT. Saw a few people on top. Excellent views up and down the Hudson.
great workout and the views help. Loads of fun in the winter/snow brings a whole new challenge
I remember this as being a good workout to climb from the river by the AT.
This was a great short hike but like other posters have said--start from the southern end of the trail. And wear bug spray--in the summer it get's pretty bad.
This is my regular workout hike. I usually take the top-secret scramble route.
I specifically hiked the short side trail off the Appalachian trail to this spot to get a view of the Bear Mountain Bridge and Hudson River.
This one isn't too popular but does provide a nice overlook of the Hudson.
I'd probably do this hike from the southern end of the trail if I were to do it again. From the north, you go directly to the summit and the best view of the hike. Other overlooks aren't as good. Total hiking distance was about 8 miles.