Westchester Wilderness Walk, which includes the Zofnass Family Preserve, encompasses rocky woods, hillside streams, lakes and wetlands and, at 150 acres, is the largest of Westchester Land Trust’s preserves.
An eight-mile trail network traverses some of the most rugged terrain in a town noted for its crags and outcrops.
I have not been on this trail system but Tony Godino, one of the loop founders—and its race director for 21 years—recommends this trail system. That’s a great endorsement!
Some text sourced from the Westchester Land Trust site.