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Some of our group were not prepared the hike is not hard but the road and trail are uneven and rocky need good shoes with good sole to protect your feet. The view is so worth the hike best to do early to ovoid heat...More
Yes the road is a bit rocky but that adds to the adventure. And there is just a bit of a hike but the end result is more than worth it!! The Monument is a beautiful reminder of our rich history. The views are magnificent....More
Visited long island and had a rental car but Omar wouldnt allow his vehicles on the road to the monument. I parked on the road and walked. From the start of the trail it took me about 45 minutes to walk. To be honest, the...More
We borrowed single gear bikes from our hotel and rode the difficult sandy double-track to this monument - called the Columbus Monument, but really it commemorates the native people who were harmed by Columbus. We were glad to see that it made history real!
So the Columbus monument is listed as a must do for Long Island. The problem is that the road which is long is virtually impassable. The guy at cape Santa Maria basically told us that but we tried anyway. We turned back once we say...More