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When it comes to hiking, autumn is probably an even better time than summer. Not only are the temperatures generally more comfortable, but with the leaves already starting to fall, spectacular vistas open up that are hidden or only dimly glimpsed in the warmer months. These photos take you on a virtual tour of the hike to Jensen’s Ledges along the Bouchoux Trail, a fabulous hike at any time but particularly lovely in the fall.
The trailhead can be reached by taking Lordville Road, which intersects Route 17 about five miles south of Hancock, NY, passing through Lordville and turning left on Bouchouxville Road; it’s roughly another three miles to the parking lot and trailhead.