During the winters of 1777 and 1779-1780, General George Washington chose Morristown, New Jersey, as the site of the main Continental Army's winter encampments.
Today hikers can explore the Morristown National Historical Park's 27 miles of hiking trails. The 2.25 mile Yellow Trail connects the key historic and interpretive sites throughout Jockey Hollow. The White Trail/Grand Loop Trail is the longest trail in Jockey Hollow at 6.5 miles in total. Other hiking trails include the Blue Trail, 3 miles roundtrip, that has the best view from on top of Mt. Kemble.
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