Board our big yellow school bus and take it all the way to your Harriman State Park trailhead!
NOTE: ON SATURDAY, MAY 21, THE SHUTTLE WILL ALSO STOP AT THE APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB'S NEW OUTDOOR CENTER AT BREAKNECK POND.
The bus gives you an easy way to get from the Metro-North train station in Tuxedo, New York, to many of the more interior, remote trailheads and camps in New York's second-largest state park.
The shuttle runs for an hour in the morning (WEEKENDS and HOLIDAYS only!), meeting the 10:17 train from New York. You'll have a half-hour to pick up supplies, then board the bus and get off at the trailhead of your choice. Then, spend the day hiking back to public transport in Suffern, Tuxedo, Sloatsburg or Bear Mountain. Or, spend the night in the park and pick up the late-morning shuttle as it returns to Tuxedo.
See the picture in our gallery for a detailed map of the shuttle route. A list of Frequently Asked Questions is posted at MyHarriman.com.