For family riding and walking, the Tannersville Bike Path offers a 2.7 mile stretch of graded dirt path starting on Clum Hill Road directly across from Cortina Valley. The opposite end is on Bloomer Road. In the middle of the path is Tannersville Lake, a village park that is open to the public.
The Bike Path follows the bed of the old Huckleberry Railroad which ran from the Catskill Mountain House west through Stamford. Plans are in the works to extend the Bike Path to the village of Hunter.
For more information, please call the Village of Tannersville at 518-589-5850.
Motorized vehicles please are not allowed on the Bike Path.
Parking and Trail Access
Park at Tannersville Lake - (also known as Rip Van Winkle Lake).
On Route 23A, at stop light, turn onto Depot Street which runs into County Route 16.
Great trail for kids
I had my 3 boys ages 8, 5, and 3 (in a trailer) on this bike path. It was in great shape and followed a stream most of the way. A mostly shaded ride on a hot day was enjoyed by finishing off the ride by playing in the stream and skipping rocks. There ...
Tannersville Bike Path
The bike trail is a beautiful as it borders a stream and would be perfect to take your familiy on a ride EXCEPT for one thing.....the motorized vehicles. Although the trail is supposed to prohibit motorized vehicles, it does not. Yesterday my family and ...
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