Mink Hollow

From the DEC Catskill Park State Land Master Plan:

The Mink Hollow Bicycle Corridor is located in the Town of Hunter Greene County, with a very small portion in the Town of Woodstock, Ulster County. The corridor is approximately 3 miles long and 100 feet wide, encompassing about 36 acres. It goes through the Indian Head Wilderness. This corridor is the middle section of a historic town road connecting the Elka Park region of Greene County with State Route 212 in the Lake Hill area west of Woodstock. The north and south ends of Mink Hollow road are active, maintained town roads. The corridor follows the Mink Hollow Foot Trail, from its intersection with the Devils Path south which is the abandoned portion of the old road through Forest Preserve lands. North of this intersection it follows the abandoned town road bed to the snowplow turn around on Mink Hollow Road. The management planning for this corridor will be included in the Indian Head Wilderness UMP.

The Mink Hollow lean-to is located within the corridor. There is a parking lot at the south end of the corridor.