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Harriman State Park is just thirty miles north of New York City, but the Empire State's second largest park remains unknown to most people in the metropolitan region. That might change after the arrival of William Myles and Daniel Chazin's combination guide and history. This comprehensive, 440-page paperback original introduces readers to the park's more than 300 miles of marked and unmarked hiking trails. Obviously a labor of love, Harrison Trails is an exemplar reference about one of the most beautiful nature preserves in the region.