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For the most part the bike trail is very well paved with the exception of a small strip that was slightly bumpier. We parked at the parking lot on Executive Drive and Washington Avenue, it’s free. The path is not super-scenic but it’s a nice ride nonetheless.
.....if you have a toddler tagging along. Very noisy as it’s right next to the freeway..
Great trail, well-groomed. Lots of trees on each side of the trail so good shade. Everyone is respectful of their space and good bike etiquette. I brought my dogs and it was a perfect four mile walk.
We only walked a small section of the trail starting in Dobbs Ferry. The OAC is lined with trees and has plenty of shade. It’s wide enough to keep social distancing (important these days). There are beautiful homes to look at along the walk. Great for city people who just want to make a day trip.
We rode our bikes all the to Southwick, Massachusetts.... what a beautiful ride. Paved trails and amazing scenery. Just asking for consideration if you are going to stop, pull of the paved trail. People tend to stop in the middle not giving consideration to the bikers, joggers and people walking
The trail is perfect for bikes and has benches to rest
Ok but crowded
We made a attempt to ride this small section of the old put. We were informed by a park ranger that it was temporarily closed. The trail is under a massive renovation. It is being paved with asphalt along its length to the entrance of the South County Trailways It is slated for re open summer 2020. Ill try and post some pictures.
Amazing trail. It’s a great full one or two day trek. I did a 30 mile loop in just over 4 hours, which wasn’t very pleasant to endure, but if you gave yourself ~6 hours you could ride the entire trail (just over 20 miles) in one day, assuming you didn’t have to ride back.
I have ridden this in its entirety, usually starting from Midtown. I have taken it all the way north to Van Cordtland park. South of 125th can get quite congested, especially on nice days.
Short piece of trail, but descent views of the Hudson.
Ridden this from Kensico Dam south. Great trail. Tight winds and turns, so some slow moving. Beautiful area. Not too congested.
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