High Tor State Park Information

High Tor State Park is a protected area in the lower Hudson River Valley of New York. It protects nearly 700 acres of a low mountain ridgeline known as the Palisades, extending from Staten Island, north to the town of Haverstraw. The highest point along this ridgeline, High Tor, is contained within the state park at just shy of 800 feet above sea level. A spur trail leads to another peak in the park with a more northern lookout, known as Little Tor, at 620 feet.

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