The 3.5-Mile Vista Loop Trail Might Just Be The Most Enchanting Hike In New Jersey
Despite being a small, densely packed state, it feels like we never run out of spots in New Jersey to get away from it all and explore the beauty of nature. One of New Jersey’s best spots for hiking and exploring is Ramapo Valley County Reservation, a massive 3313-acre county park popular with dog owners, bird-watchers, and hikers. This beautiful preserve is filled with hiking trails suited for all skill levels, and one of the best is the Vista Loop Trail. A 3.5-mile trail with a moderate challenge level, this hike is popular with experienced hikers. It features some challenging terrain, but the views are well worth the reward. It will take you past a hidden waterfall and some unique flora on your way to one of the most beautiful views in the Garden State. Come with us and discover why this might just be the most enchanting hike in New Jersey.
Have you explored the Vista Loop Trail in Ramapo Valley County Reservation? Tell us all about your travels on this enchanting hike in New Jersey in the comments section. You can see more pictures of the Vista Loop Trail on the AllTrails page. If you’re planning to take on this hike or any other, you might want to subscribe to AllTrails Plus – this premium option features enhanced maps and other features designed to ensure a safe and exciting hike.
Ramapo Valley County Reservation is also home to another beautiful hidden waterfall, if you’re looking for your next adventure!