Wheelchair Accessible Trails in New York

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  • Allegheny River Valley Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 5.6 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    If you find yourself in Allegany or Olean, New York, with a half hour to spare, this loop trail makes for a very enjoyable bike ride. Better yet, strap on your inline skates and do a lap or two with the other skaters, bicyclists, walkers, baby-jogger ...
  • Auburn Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 9.1 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone

    The Auburn Trail is a major cross-town, multi-use pathway, which provides connections to other trails and an up-close view of one of the oldest railroad buildings in the country. Start in Farmington at Mertensia Park. Shortly after leaving ...
  • Auburn-Fleming Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.6 miles
    Surface: Ballast, Dirt

    This is a flat 1.6 mile trail through woods, wetlands and farmland connecting Rt. 34 in the Town of Fleming to Dunning Ave. in the City of Auburn. It is an easy walk or bike through a very scenic area. To view a trail map, please see the ...
  • Ballston Spa Walking Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 0.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Ballston Spa Walking Trail spans 0.5 mile between Front Street and Prospect Street on what was once a railroad bed.
  • Ballston Veterans Bike Path

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    This asphalt trail is the legacy of an inter-urban trolley system operated by Schenectady Railway Company (SRC) in the early 1900s. To attract visitors on weekends, SRC built an amusement park at Ballston Lake with a beachfront, some baseball ...
  • Bethpage Bikeway

    State: NY
    Length: 12.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Bethpage Bikeway is one of Long Island's most popular trails. It connects Merrick Road in Massapequa with Bethpage State Park, and includes additional trail north to Trail View State Park in Woodbury. There are a few parkway exit crossings ...
  • Black Bridge Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 2.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Just north of Albany, the Black Bridge Trail connects the communities of Waterford, Cohoes, and Green Island in eastern New York. The trail was completed in 2011 and its centerpiece was the rehabilitation of the former Delaware & Hudson Railroad ...
  • Black River Feeder Canal Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 10 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone, Dirt, Gravel, Sand

    This trail follows the Black River Canal Towpath that links Boonville to Foresport. Running from Erwin Park at Boonville to Alder Pond at Forestport, it is a quiet walk or bike trip through woods and fields along the old towpath. The 77-mile ...
  • Black River Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Black River Trail follows part of an abandoned segment corridor of the NY Central Railroad. The trail runs for 3.5 miles between the village of Black River and Watertown, following along the south bank of the scenic river, where you'll see ...
  • Bronx River Greenway

    State: NY
    Length: 18.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete, Dirt

    The Bronx River Greenway will one day stretch 23 miles along the river through New York's Westchester and Bronx counties. Currently, 18 miles of the trail are complete in disconnected segments largely paralleling the Bronx River Parkway. The ...
  • Catharine Valley Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 12 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone

    The Catharine Valley Trail travels for 12 miles between Seneca Lake in Watkins Glen and Smith Road north of Pine Valley. The trail follows segments of the abandoned Northern Central Railroad and Chemung Canal towpath, which once ran through ...
  • Catskill Scenic Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 26 miles
    Surface: Cinder, Crushed Stone, Dirt

    The Catskill Scenic Trail lives up to its name as it winds through a broad farming valley and small towns in New York's Catskill Mountains. The West Branch of the Delaware River is often in sight, with opportunities for fishing and wading in ...
  • Champlain Canalway Trail: Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 9 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone

    The Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail begins at the Feeder Dam in Glens Falls and follows the Hudson River through town to the Champlain Canal, then turns south toward Fort Edward. The 8-mile trail follows a portion of one of New York's few remaining ...
  • Champlain Canalway Trail: Saratoga

    State: NY
    Length: 1.5 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone, Dirt

    The Saratoga segment of the 71-mile Champlain Canalway Trail includes three disconnected segments near the Hudson River, from Stillwater Township to the town of Saratoga. The longest section is under 1 mile and goes through Saratoga National ...
  • Champlain Canalway Trail: Schuylerville

    State: NY
    Length: 2 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone

    The Schuylerville segment of the 71-mile Champlain Canalway Trail rail runs between Schuyler House, past Lock 5 of the canal and does a loop around the island (Hudson Crossing Park). As of 2011, only about 17 miles of the Champlain Canalway ...
  • Charlie Major Nature Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.2 miles
    Surface: Cinder, Dirt

    The Charlie Major Nature Trail follows an abandoned right-of-way that once carried trains along the old Skaneateles Short Line Railroad. The railroad served millworks in the area, including paper mills, grist mills, distilleries, and woodworking ...
  • Chautauqua Rails-to-Trails

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 28.56 miles
    Surface: Concrete, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass, Gravel

    Though mostly a continuous system of trails from Sherman north to Brocton, some segments of the Chautauqua Rails-to-Trails system go by other names (see below). All the trails are primarily grassy but some portions are gravel or crushed stone. ...
  • Clarence Pathways

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 16.7 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Four trails make up the Clarence Pathways trail system: the 3.5-mile West Shore Trail, 4.8-mile Newstead Bike Path, 6.1-mile Clarence Bike Trail and 2.3-mile Peanut Line Trail. The trails radiate around the Buffalo suburbs of Clarence, Akron ...
  • D & H Canal & Gravity Railroad Heritage Corridor - Port Jervis Branch Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1 miles
    Surface: Cinder, Gravel

    The City of Port Jervis is the latest community to save a portion of the former D&H Canal and turn it into a greenway for use by residents and visitors. A section of the canal, which is approximately one mile long, has been cleared and opened ...
  • D & H Canal Heritage Corridor (O&W Rail-Trail)

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 11.8 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt

    Sandwiched between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains near the busy US Route 209 corridor, this trail has a little something for everyone. The Delaware & Hudson Canal Heritage Corridor (D & H Canal), which contains the Ontario and Western ...
  • D & H Canal Park

    State: NY
    Length: 1 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass

    Owned by the County of Orange and maintained by the Orange County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation, the D&H Canal Park is a 300-acre park with a one mile section of the Delaware and Hudson Canal (1825-1898) and a number of historic ...
  • East Ithaca Recreation Way

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 2.2 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Cinder, Gravel

    The East Ithaca Recreation Way on East Hill is primarily built upon the rail bed of the old Ithaca and Cortland Railroad, which later became part of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The trail traverses a natural area along Cascadilla Creek between ...
  • East River Bikeway

    State: NY
    Length: 3.7 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The East River Bikeway is part of the larger Manhattan Waterfront Greenway, which incorporates the Hudson River Greenway the Harlem River Greenway and the East River Esplanade. Together the four trails comprise a 32-mile path that circles the ...
  • Erie Attica Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.3 miles
    Surface: Boardwalk, Crushed Stone

    The Erie Attica Trail lies in the Finger Lakes region of New York along the former railroad for which it's named. A glimpse of this past can be seen in the beautiful truss bridge that spans 220 feet across the Genesee River. The wooded rail-trail ...
  • Erie Canalway Trail: Buffalo to Tonawanda (Riverwalk)

    State: NY
    Length: 13.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The Erie Canalway Trail runs 365 miles, from Buffalo in the west to Albany in the east, linking other cities of Rochester, Syracuse, Rome, Utica, and Schenectady. Most of the trail is complete with a few remaining gaps. The trail is mostly level, ...
  • Erie Canalway Trail: Little Falls to Albany (Mohawk-Hudson Bikeway)

    State: NY
    Length: 39 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Gravel

    NOTE: September 2011: A segment of the trail in the Fort Hunter area in eastern New York is closed until further notice because of the effects of flooding from tropical storm Irene. The adjacent roadway, Route 5S, is also closed. Long distance ...
  • Erie Canalway Trail: Tonawanda to Newark (Erie Canal Heritage Trail)

    State: NY
    Length: 100 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt

    The Erie Canalway Trail runs 365 miles, from Buffalo in the west to Albany in the east, linking other cities of Rochester, Syracuse, Rome, Utica, and Schenectady. As of August 2011, about 75% of the trail is complete with a few remaining gaps ...
  • Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville Rail Trail (FJ & G Rail Trail)

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 10.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville Rail-Trail (FJ&G) has one main section and one shorter section. The main segment runs for nearly 8 miles between Union Avenue in Johnstown and the intersection of Green Road and County Road 154 (Dennie's Crossing). ...
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk

    State: NY
    Length: 2.7 miles
    Surface: Woodchips

    The Franklin D. Roosevelt Boardwalk follows Staten Island's eastern shore from Miller Field -- a recreational area for sports, picnicking and bird watching -- to Fort Wadsworth. Highlights of the trail include spectacular views of the Verrazano ...
  • Genesee Riverway Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 16.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The Genesee Riverway Trail links the area's vast array of recreational, historical and cultural attractions to diverse neighborhoods and the Seaway Trail, Erie Canalway Heritage Corridor and the Genesee Valley Greenway. The Genesee Riverway ...
  • Genesee Valley Greenway

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 68.8 miles
    Surface: Cinder, Dirt, Grass, Gravel

    The Genesee Valley Greenway rolls through towns and countless landscapes from Rochester south to Cuba, New York. The greenway is a work in progress, but there is a long, continuous segment (37 miles) between Rochester and Sonyea that provides ...
  • Harlem Valley Rail Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 16.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Crushed Stone

    Harlem Valley Rail Trail provides a scenic ride through rolling farm fields and dense woods on the bed of the New York and Harlem Railroad that ran from New York City to Chatham. The rail-trail is being built in segments, and there is still ...
  • Heritage Trail (aka Orange Heritage Trail)

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 11.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Crushed Stone

    Much of the Heritage Trail, a.k.a. the Orange Heritage Trail, sails past wide fields of corn and wheat. The right-of-way is 11.5 miles, but a gap in the west end creates two distinct trails, a 9.1-mile paved section and a 2.4-mile unpaved segment. ...
  • High Line

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.5 miles
    Surface: Ballast, Concrete, Grass

    The High Line rail-trail is an urban marvel, stretching 1.5 miles and towering almost 30 feet above street level through several neighborhoods in the lower west side of Manhattan. The first section of the High Line was opened in 2009 and ...
  • Hook Mountain/Nyack Beach Bikeway

    State: NY
    Length: 4.9 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Ballast, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Gravel

    While not a "rail-trail," the Hook Mountain/Nyack Beach Bikeway is a very scenic trail along the Hudson River in Rockland County. The southern half of this trail is flat and runs right along the river at sea level. It is wheelchair accessible ...
  • Hudson River Greenway

    State: NY
    Length: 11 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    Hudson River Greenway provides a continuous 11-mile route between Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan and the Little Red Lighthouse underneath the George Washington Bridge. The trail passes through Hudson River Park, Riverside Park ...
  • Hudson Valley Rail Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.57 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Located in the mid-Hudson Valley is a remarkable trail that is picturesque and family friendly. This flat, paved Hudson Valley Trail stretches a little more than 2 miles through hardwood forests, over Black Creek and under two spectacular stone-arch ...
  • Jim Schug Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 4.2 miles
    Surface: Grass, Gravel

    The Jim Schug Trail offers a short, sweet excursion in New York's Finger Lakes region. The trail was known as the Dryden Lake Trail until it was renamed in 2002 in memory of the late town supervisor who acquired the land. The trail follows a ...
  • Jones Beach Bikeway (Ellen Farrant Memorial Bikeway)

    State: NY
    Length: 5.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Jones Beach Bikeway is a paved bicycle and pedestrian path on the southwestern end of Long Island that parallels Wantagh Parkway from Seaford to Jones Beach State Park. The trail is also known by two other names: Ellen Farrant Memorial Bikeway ...
  • Jones Point Path

    State: NY
    Length: 2 miles
    Surface: Ballast, Dirt

    The Jones Point Path occupies an abandoned motor vehicle route (old US Route 9W). The path provides bicyclists with a relatively safe bypass to a dangerous section of busy US Route 9W near Bear Mountain, NY. It also serves as a connecting trail ...
  • Joseph B. Clarke Rail Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 2.8 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Gravel

    These three contiguous trails—the Raymond G. Esposito Memorial Trail, Old Erie Path and Joseph B. Clarke Trail—occupy the former right-of-way of the Erie Railroad's Nyack and Piermont Branch. Each trail is fairly short but taken together they ...
  • Keuka Outlet Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 7 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Ballast, Dirt, Gravel

    In the heart of New York's Finger Lakes Region is a rail-trail that is part natural wonder and part industrial archaeology, and the 7-mile trail Keuka Outlet Trail has a unique heritage. Technically a stream, the 8-mile Keuka (KYOO-ka) Lake ...
  • Kings Park Hike & Bike Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Kings Park Hike & Bike Trail runs for 1.5 miles between Old Dock Road at Church Street in Kings Park and Nissequogue River State Park. The trail is a town of Smithtown park and follows an abandoned railroad corridor that was once an old ...
  • Klara Sauer Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone

    The Klara Sauer Trail (formerly known as the Beacon Riverside Trail) runs for 1 mile along the Hudson River on the west side of New York's village of Beacon. The trail occupies the same corridor as the live commuter rail, between the Beacon ...
  • Lackawanna Rail Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.2 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Lackawanna Rail Trail spans Elmira, New York, linking famous Eldridge Park with the city’s waterfront. The paved trail uses a former Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad corridor for most of its route. In the north, Eldridge Park ...
  • Lake Ontario State Parkway Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    Travelers on the Lake Ontario State Parkway Trail will enjoy scenic views of wooded areas, surrounding bodies of water and wetlands. The trail parallels the north side of the Parkway, which runs along Lake Ontario's southern shore. For longer ...
  • Lancaster Heritage Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 4 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Lancaster Heritage Trail offers scenic views as it traverses the wooded Lancaster countryside. At each end, kiosks provide a brief history of the trail, which was built on a portion of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad bed dating ...
  • Lehigh Memory Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 0.71 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Just east of Buffalo, New York, lies the Lehigh Memory Trail in the Village of Williamsville. The pathway is a short paved trail that runs through the heart of the village. The trail can get crowded with rollerbladers, so stay alert on the weekends. On ...
  • Lehigh Valley Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 15.8 miles
    Surface: Ballast, Cinder, Dirt, Grass

    The Lehigh Valley Trail is part of a developing system of rail-trails in western New York. The segment from Victor to Rush offers nearly 16 miles of serene wooded and rural areas. Plus, it is literally expanding horizons for trail enthusiasts. ...
  • Maple City Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 0.6 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Maple City Trail offers a short, but scenic route through Ogdensburg in northern New York. It begins at the city's visitor center on the south bank of the St. Lawrence River, which separates the state from Canada. From there, the paved trail ...
  • North County Trailway

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 22.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The North County Trailway is the longest of the four connected rail-trails breathing new life into the former New York Central Railroad's Putnam Division line. The "Old Put" provided passenger and freight service between New York City and Brewster, ...
  • O&W Railroad Pedestrian Promenade and Bikeway

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 0.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    This unique in-city trail was built on portions of the former Ontario and Western Railway Line through the City of Oswego. The Ontario and Western Railway ran its last train in March of 1957. The trail passes through a short tunnel, which was ...
  • Ocean Parkway Coastal Greenway

    State: NY
    Length: 3.6 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Ocean Parkway Coastal Greenway, which opened in June 2014, runs just shy of 4 miles between Jones Beach State Park and Tobay Beach. Both beaches permit swimming and provide opportunities to purchase food and refreshments. The paved trail ...
  • Old Croton Aqueduct Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 26.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete, Dirt

    The Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park follows the route of the Old Croton Aqueduct, which carried water to New York City from 1842 to 1955. Most of the structure lies beneath the trail and has been designated a National Historic Landmark. ...
  • Painted Post Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    If you are near Corning, New York, and need a nice walk, check out this charming respite. The Painted Post Trail connects schools, playgrounds, other trails and residential neighborhoods west of Corning. The wide right-of-way (nearly 100 feet) ...
  • Pittsford Trail System (Railroad Loop Trail)

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 11.4 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete, Crushed Stone

    The Pittsford Trail System, also called the Railroad Loop Trail, provides access to the Erie Canal, town of Pittsford, and shopping and business district in the quaint New York village. A short segment follows part of the Erie Canalway Trail. ...
  • Putnam Trailway

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 11 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The final passenger cars of the Putnam Division of the New York Central Railroad ran in 1958, but the rail line that so influenced development of this area still sparks nostalgia. The "Old Put" carried commuters from New York City north to Brewster, ...
  • Railroad Run

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 0.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Railroad Run trail runs for just a half mile between West Circular Street and Congress Avenue in Saratoga Springs. The trail is part of a growing network throughout the town and county. There are plans to extend the trail south to West Avenue ...
  • Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 4.5 miles
    Surface: Crushed Stone

    The town of Perinton, New York, has been hard at work improving the Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Trail, and it shows. Since 1996, when the American Hiking Society designated Perinton as a Trail Town USA, the trail has a new connection with ...
  • Shawangunk, Walden, and Wallkill Rail Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 4.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Ballast, Cinder, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass, Gravel

    Shawangunk, Walden, and Wallkill Rail Trail is built on a railroad right-of-way that was abandoned by Conrail in the late 1970s. Conrail and its predecessors, Penn Central, New York Central, and The Wallkill Valley Railway, provided service ...
  • South County Trailway

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 14.7 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Concrete

    The South County Trailway is a zippy paved trail heading north from Yonkers through the Hudson River Valley communities of Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley, Irvington, Greenburgh, and Elmsford. Popular with bike commuters seeking relief ...
  • South Hill Recreation Way

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Gravel

    The South Hill Recreation Way follows the southern rim of the Six Mile Creek gorge from the outskirts of southeast Ithaca to Burns Road, near the Ithaca Reservoir. The gravel path follows the former grade of the Cayuga and Susquehanna, built ...
  • Spring Run Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Currently, the 1-mile Spring Run Trail extends between East Street just south of Excelsior Avenue and I-87, or the Northway, near Exit 15. Eventually, the trail will begin in Congress Park and run along city streets through High Rock Park to ...
  • Tallman Mountain State Park Bike Path

    State: NY
    Length: 2.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Cinder, Dirt

    Tallman Mountain State Park Bike Path is partially paved and bisects the Tallman Mountain State Park. The route provides a motor-vehicle-free way for bicyclists using US Route 9W to connect with downtown Piermont, New York. The park itself is ...
  • Terry Gordon Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.6 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    This multi-use community trail is a hit with locals, and it appeals to visitors—especially those with a yen for military history. Plattsburgh, New York, has figured in this country's war history from the American Revolution and the War of 1812 ...
  • Two Mile Creek Greenway

    State: NY
    Length: 1.3 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Two Mile Creek Greenway runs from East Park Drive near I-290 to the Niagara River in the town of Tonawanda. The trail follows along Two Mile Creek, passing through Veterans Memorial Park, and ends at a connection with a section of the Erie ...
  • Uncle Sam Bikeway

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.1 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    Inland and east of the Hudson River, the Uncle Sam Bike Trail (also called the Uncle Sam Trail or Uncle Sam Bikeway) largely serves as a trail for residents of Troy. If, however, you are traveling in the area and want to stretch your legs, this ...
  • Vestal Rail Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 3.8 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Vestal Rail Trail runs for nearly four miles through the town of Vestal along an abandoned right-of-way once used by the Delaware–Lackawana & Western Railroad. Today, the 12-foot-wide trail is paved for bicyclists, inline skaters, and wheelchair ...
  • Walkway Over The Hudson

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 1.28 miles
    Surface: Concrete

    Built in 1888 to link New York and New England to the coal beds of Pennsylvania and the West, the steel-truss Poughkeepsie-Highland Railroad Bridge was the longest bridge in the world for a spell, stretching 6,768 feet (approximately 1.28 miles) ...
  • Warren County Bikeway

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 10 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    This trail is as smart as it is pretty. Signs that detail the area's history and appealing destinations accompany a scenic ride from Glens Falls into the resort town of Lake George, New York. Traveling by bicycle in either direction, you can ...
  • William R. Steinhaus Dutchess County Rail Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 13 miles
    Surface: Asphalt

    The Dutchess Rail Trail is a local treasure in the Hudson Valley region of New York, and for good reason: the 13-mile trail runs through what seems like a perpetually green landscape of dense tree cover, linking Poughkeepsie at the Hudson River ...
  • Zim Smith Trail

    Rail-Trail

    State: NY
    Length: 7.5 miles
    Surface: Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt

    Considered "the backbone" of an emerging network of trails in Saratoga County, the Zim Smith Trail, sometimes called the Zim Smith Mid-County Trail, connects the towns of Halfmoon, Round Lake Village, Clifton Park, Malta and Ballston Spa. The ...