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This trail is perfect for a long ride—paved, very pretty, nice scenery. It runs parallel to the Saw Mill pkwy so it can get a bit loud. Other than that, it’s really nice!
Very nice paved path next to the CIP
The upper part gets too narrow to enjoy. Too many people. The lower part starting around South Street Seaport and up is much more spacious and enjoyable
Plenty of room, not too crowded. Waterfront views of boats and bridges on the side
Really spacious trail way all around the island. Really nice views all around and not crowded
Really nice views. Could get confusing so use TrailLink maps to get around. It has sewer smell at parts of the island. Lot’s of people BBQing all around.
I utilized the trail to access the just opened shared-use path over the Mario Cuomo Tappan Zee Bridge. A spectacular ride but caution is warranted. The new path has walkers and joggers separated from cyclists by a painted line. With users travelling in both directions it can get pretty tight.
Also note that unlike the Rockland side with direct access to the Esposito and Old Erie Path trails the Westchester side ends at busy Route 9/ Broadway. It is a fairly short on-street ride to the Croton Aqueduct Trail (not suitable for road bikes) and a longer street ride to the North Country Trailway.
The Bike path description and the previous review pretty much say it all. I would add that after you exit the trail on the north it would be very worthwhile to ride on park roads to the highest point in the park at the Sawmill Picnic Area where there are great views of Piermont, the Piermont Marsh, and the Hudson River.
Biked yesterday with my son from north to south end. Paved most of the way. Completed it then got on local roads to connect to Jones Beach Bike path all the way to Jones Beach boardwalk. All in all about 23 miles one way.
Haven’t been on this path in 15 years. It still is beautiful and well maintained. I do have to say it was a little crowded even at 7:30 in the morning. The path is shared walkers ,runners and bikers and it did tend to get a little busy. Overall I enjoyed it not as much as the old days but still a very nice path.
We rode this trail in June 2020. There were signs that seemed to indicate the path was closed but numerous people were entering on foot, rollerblade, and bikes. A number of websites seem to indicate the path is still under construction and not yet open to the public but MTA does not seem to restrict access. We are still unclear.
Parked in new haven and had a great ride to Cheshire. A lot of streets to cross at the beginning and end but still nice in new haven. Once things open up it is a perfect ride.
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