Tallman Mountain State Park Photography Gallery

Large Enduring Maple Tree
Palisades Slopes and Hills
Early Autumn Colors in Forest
Bike Path Below Arching Trees
Old Cellar Ruins
Hiking Trail Bending Through Fall Leaves
Dam Ruins Below Forest
Early Fall Leaves Along Creek
Early Autumn Leaves Around Ruins
Moss-Covered Log
Fallen Tree Standing Upright
Small Pools Along Creek
Long Path on Palisades
Water Pouring over Dam Ruins
Piermont Marsh Below Tallman Mountain
Road Passing Through Forest
Wetlands Pond Along Long Path
Collapsing Building Ruins
Old Dam Ruins
Piermont Marsh Below Palisades
Array of Fallen Branches

Tallman Mountain State Park Information

At just shy of 700 acres, Tallman Mountain State Park protects a vital stretch of rugged cliffs along the Hudson River Palisades in southern New York. Several miles of trails encourage visitors to explore its varied terrain, including wetlands, forests, and rocky overlooks. The overlooks are featured prominently along the Palisades and perch visitors above both the Hudson River and the Piermont Marsh directly below. The Long Path also makes use of some of the trails, descending steeply to the north as it heads toward the town of Piermont.

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