The 8,000-acre preserve has more than 30 miles of historic carriage roads and trails, and more than 1,000 rock climbing routes. The Preserve's Visitor Center, on U.S. 44/Route 55 in Gardiner, is free to the public and includes an orientation theater, children's forest, and nature trails. You can also enter through the West Trapps and Coxing Trailheads in Gardiner, and the Spring Farm Trailhead in High Falls. Visitors enjoy spectacular mountain views as they hike, run,
bike, rock climb, ride horses, cross-country ski, and snowshoe.
Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center, 3197 U.S. 44/Rte. 55, ½ mile west of Rte. 299, Gardiner, New York, 12525, United States