Upon reaching the long open trench in the hillside you might begin to wonder what is to come. The Bradley Mine is an im- pressive structure, however since it is close to the road and within walking distance from high traffic it’s not as preserved as other former commercial mines. It is still worth the trip to see a mine which was operated during the Civil War from which ore was shipped to the Clove and Greenwood furnaces at Arden, New York. Explore this mine with caution, since it has filled with water over the years. You should use a combination of balance and safety when traveling to the inner depths of the Bradley Mine. At the main entrance to the right there is duct with a line coming down. [Should you choose this venture, bring a headlamp. It’s a tight squeeze.] After visiting the Bradley Mine be sure to jump back into your car and visit Hogencamp. The coordinates below are for the Bradley Mine. Log into your Wikiloc account and download the remainder of this hike which will give you the waypoint to the Tiorati parking lot, along with the remaining coordinates to the Hogencamp.