Our Adventures 2019

Monterey Land Trust February 2019

Just over the Otis town line on M. Hunger Road is a lovely hidden gem of a trail.  We found a large parking area at the kiosk and started from there passing a huge rock formation and then through winding trails full of stone formations and a diversified forest.  First vista is all vista!  Views are on both sides of the trail of Lee, the Catskills and the Western Hilltowns as you walk, we found two actual viewing vistas, both incredible, one on a giant rock.  We explored down the mountain as well and found a few loops and deer ran in front of us across a lower trail.  This is a two to three hour hike however there are sections of this conservation area we did not get to in one day, so we are going back of course.  At the parking lot we were told to take a right and walk briefly down Mt. Hunger Road to another trail entrance which has a breathtaking ten foot high rock face wall to hike on top of, and even further down the road there is a complete lower trail with ponds.

Mount Hunger Monterey