Molly Hurford

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  1. Hartshorne Park - Mountain Biking

    New York City

    Whether you're a beginner, intermediate or expert, there are trails at Hartshorne that you'll fall in love with.

  2. Van Courtlandt Park - Trail Running

    New York City

    Go for a run on one of the best and toughest 5k cross country trails in the country.

  3. NYC to Nyack - Cycling

    New York City

    Looking for a long ride and want to ride away from NYC? Nyack is the perfect destination, or mid-way point.

  4. Camp Smith Trail - Running

    New York City

    The toughest trail you'll run near NYC.

  5. Alley Pond Park - Trail Running

    New York City

    One of the hidden gems of Queens, this massive park is rarely talked about but well worth the trip!

  6. Alley Pond Park - Mountain Biking

    New York City

    Not many people venture to Queens for mountain biking, but this spot is perfect for learning trails while staying close to a home base in the park while getting in some great technical riding.

  7. Cunningham Park - Mountain Biking

    New York City

    This is one of the most iconic mountain bike spots in NYC, located right in Queens, with some of the best maintained trails in the area.

  8. Sandy Hook - Trail Running

    New York City

    Sandy Hook is the perfect beach spot when you're hoping to get in an epic run on sand, trails or road, and especially if you're hoping to follow it up with a swim and a lazy day (or two) at the beach.

  9. Fort Tryon - Road Running

    New York City

    Fort Tryon is a climber's heaven, and a stair-hater's hell, but no matter your feelings on steep uphills, this small park will make you faster and stronger.

  10. Palisades Interstate Park - Trail Running

    New York City

    Whether you're looking for a hellish climb or just a long run along the Hudson, free from the crowds of NYC, this is the spot.

  11. 6 Days, 350 Miles: A Road Biking Trip to Remember in Greater Yellowstone

    Boise

    The annual Cycle Greater Yellowstone tour gives you an inside look at the region's scenic falls, mountain ranges, wildlife, and beautiful backroads all from the seat of a bike.

  12. The Best Trail to Tavern Pairings in New York City

    New York City

    Finding world-class taverns and bars in NYC is easy. It's finding the trails, which can sometimes be the challenging part. Here are five tried and tested trail-to-tavern experiences to check out.

  13. Cross Country Skiing in New York City

    New York City

    When the city is covered in snow, what do you do? Here's how to enjoy cross country skiing in New York City.

  14. How To Plan a Weekend in the Adirondacks or the Catskills

    New York City

    Winter in the city can be a pretty gloomy time of year. Here's how to plan a weekend trip to the nearby Adirondacks and Catskill Mountains.

  15. How To: Cold Weather Running in NYC

    New York City

    Here is a guide to cold weather running in NYC, even in the midst of the Snowpocalypse.

  16. 5 Best Outdoor First Dates in NYC

    New York City

    New York City is a magical place for those looking to date, but while all the others crowd into restaurants and bars, here are 5 open air suggestions that will get you a second date.

  17. Big Apple Beaches

    New York City

    In New York City, you don’t even really need to leave the city to hit the beaches, no matter if you’re searching for surfing, sunning, running or riding.

  18. Your Guide to Weekend Hiking near New York City

    New York City

    From easily accessible trails near the city to farther out destinations, here is a guide to some of the best hiking near New York City.

  19. The Best Beaches of New York City

    New York City

    Even if you can't get away from the city this summer, you can still enjoy a beach vacation by visiting these beaches in New York City.

  20. 6 of the Best Mountain Bike Trails near New York City

    New York City

    Mountain biking in NYC sounds kind of ridiculous, but even if you're trapped in the concrete jungle that is Manhattan, there are options.

  21. Croton Point Park - Coastal Paddling

    New York City

    Croton Point Park is the ideal spot to bring your SUP (or rent one there) and enjoy a leisurely day on the water, alone or with a group, removed from the stress of the city.

  22. SUP in the City: Your Guide to Stand-Up Paddleboarding in NYC

    New York City

    Whether touring the murky waters of the Hudson or enjoying a sunset paddle with Lady Libetry, there are some great options for stand-up paddleboarding in NYC.

  23. Where to Have a Weekend Camping Getaway near NYC

    New York City

    Even if you're working the 9 to 5 grind in NYC, you can still escape the city for a weekend camping getaway near NYC. Here's how.

  24. 5 Best Spots for a Post-Workout Brunch in New York

    New York City

    Brunch in New York is a time-honored tradition, from Manhattanite Sex and the City enthusiasts to Brooklyn’s extensive hipster population—because, let’s be honest, who doesn’t love a good brunch?

  25. 5 Super Easy-to-Get-to Hikes near Manhattan

    New York City

    These great hikes near Manhattan are so close to downtown you can enjoy nature and be back in time to paint the town red that night.