A PLAN FOR THE HIGHPOINT TO CAPE MAY POINT HIKING TRAIL AND GREENWAY

                The Highpoint to Cape May Point Hiking Trail and Greenway will extend from the highest point in New Jersey at the northern end of the state to sea level at the southern end of the state.  It intends to connect many of the most beautiful areas of the state by providing a hiking trail for hikers and other users of public open space and a contiguous greenway for the movement of wildlife between these natural areas.  The route goes over beautiful hills, through upland forests, across and adjacent to waterways and by farms in the north and through pinelands forests, by cranberry bogs, across and adjacent to fine waterways and by farms in the south.  It also goes through the State Capitol of Trenton and several other historic communities.  In general, the route is highly representative of New Jersey’s natural environment.

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APPALACHIAN  TRAIL  SECTION

WAWAYANDA TRAIL SECTION

HIGHLANDS TRAIL SECTION

D&R CANAL  SECTION

ASSUNPINK  TRAIL SECTION

NORTHERN PINELANDS  SECTION

CEDAR  CREEK SECTION

BATONA  TRAIL  SECTION

SOUTHERN PINELANDS  SECTION 1

SOUTHERN  PINELANDS  SECTION 2


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