Curtis-Ormsbee Trail |  Ulster County New York
Early evening over the Bear Mountain Bridge

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Curtis-Ormsbee Trail

Ulster County

Trail at Slide Mountain Wilderness, Ulster County, scenic route up Slide Mountain, panoramic vistas, Things to Do on Curtis-Ormsbee Trail, Hiking, Photo Opportunities, Scenic Views, Winter Activities, Cross-Country Skiing, Snowshoeing Curtis-Ormsbee Trail

Curtis-Ormsbee Trail in the Slide Mountain Wilderness is located in Ulster County.

Distance: 1.6 miles
Markers: Blue
Elevation: 900 feet ascent
Difficulty: Moderate

Curtis-Ormsbee Trail
"Often referred to as the scenic route up Slide Mountain, the Curtis-Ormsbee trail provides the hiker with three panoramic vistas to the south and west and a moderate 'terraced' ridge hike through stunted northern hardwoods. It is named in memory of William Curtis and Allen Ormsbee who originally blazed this route and later lost their lives during a mountaineering expedition in the White Mountains in 1900."

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Things To Do on Curtis-Ormsbee Trail
Photo Opportunities
Scenic Views
    Winter Activities
    Cross-Country Skiing

Location: Ulster County

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