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It's hilly but you get a nice view from the top. There are several ways to ascend. All of them slightly sketchy. I always feel like I've accomplished something when I get to the top and haven't been mugged.
Fort Tryon Park was a very peaceful, and quiet place. The park also has a museum inside of it that is part of the met, the cloisters. In fort tryon park there is plenty of space to run around. I think you should go there.
This park is beautiful for many reasons. Whether checking out the beautiful foliage, having a picnic or just people watching...you will surely enjoy your time in this beautiful open space. The windy paths hold a surprise at every turn...all picture worthy.
It takes a while to get up to Fort Tryon Park (in Washington Heights) but it’s well worth it. From the park you get great views down to the Hudson River (Washington Heights is the highest point in Manhattan), over to the cliffs to New...More
We visited it in September 2017. We timed our visit to the Cloisters so that we had 40 minutes before the opening (we needed to cover both Cloisters and the Met Museum on the same day to take advantage of the combined ticket). You have...More
This park is absolutely beautiful. I felt like I was cheating on my favorite park, Central Park, but I’m sure it will understand. The grounds are pristine and well thought out. The layout is conducive to expiration and fun trails seem to just litter the...More
Nice little park with a good view on the Hudson River and the Hudson Bridge. We came because we wanted to visit the Cloisters. It's nice and calm, but a bit off the path. If you want to go, take the metro, it's long, but...More
I used to cycle there a lot. There is a long wonderful expanse of parkland at Riverside, but that especial location is very atmospheric. There is the Cloisters building which shows through the trees high on the hill. They really loved the old heavy red...More