By far the biggest car-free bicycle and pedestrian path New York City has ever seen, the Hudson River Greenway is 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 South, Riverside Park and Fort Washington Park.
Parking and Trail Access
Hudson River ride...
This was a very enjoyable ride. I rode from Ft. Lee, over the GWB, then down the trail to Battery Park & back. I got a little confused trying to get back to the GWB, but ended up riding up to 181st St to Fort Washington back to the bridge. Beautiful city ...
Don't do the east side of the trail
We parked at the very north end tip of Manhatten and rode down to Battery Park along the west side of the city. There we saw a map by the bike rental area showing the path continues back up the east side-along the East River. Prior reviews (RtoT) indicated ...
Hudson river Greenway by David
I started my ride on this trail at Fort Lee NJ. From there I rode across the George Wahington bridge, picked up the trail and rode to the Brooklyn bridge and back for about a 30 mile ride. The pedestrian path at the NYC end of the bridge is very narrow ...