Fort Tryon Park in Manhattan, NYC Photos Gallery - Page 2
High atop Fort Tryon Park. Just one of the many walks which make up miles and miles of paths.
The Olmsted truly involved with the work on this majestic area was Frederick Law Olmsted, son of Central Park's Master designer. Considering how high this park goes, one thinks twice about descending into Fort Tryon's depths. After all, what comes down must go up again, right? The designers of this very website have traveled to a point where returning to the top was awfully tiring. 'and that was only to a tenth of the distance one can cover?

Great vantage point of the Palisades in New Jersey Part of the Fort Structure at Fort Tryon Park.
Once again, proof of how strategically important this locale is during a wartime situation. Across the Hudson River is the Palisades. In the photo to the right, just barely visible is the George Washington Bridge. Mind you, at the New Jersey side of this bridge is Fort Lee. Yet, another historical revolutionary site. You can just imagine how important the Hudson River was during revolutionary times.
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