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Albany-Hudson Electric Trail

North Chatham

August, 2021 by golf12722

I’ve done the rail trail from North Chatham all the way to downtown Hudson. If you park in North Chatham off Depot Road /203 intersection it’s very picturesque. You go south down through beautiful horse farms and streams. You come to the village of Valatie near Bagel Tyme. There is also another parking right off route 9H. It is very accessible, follow the signs through Kinderhook and pass Samascot orchards. You will see a working cow farm where you cross route 9. Use the stop light button! You’ll cross through a street line with corn stalks. You come to the historic Stuyvesant Falls overlook where you will see a beautiful waterfall and an historic textile mill. textile mill.were you were see the remains of all textile mills

Albany-Hudson Electric Trail

Dangerous, poor design, but otherwise clever reuse of a corridor

July, 2021 by tomschmidt

I set out to ride the Albany Hudson electric trail by first parking my car at the Rensselaer train station, and taking the train to Hudson. I wish I had never done so.

I made it about three or 4 miles on the trail, onto the first part of the trail that is built underneath the electric wires following the route of the old trolley. Unfortunately, the trail itself has a large divider installed on it as that first segment of off-road trail gets routed onto a street. It's about 6 inches high, and it's in a place that is absolutely critical for a rider; you need to look up to check traffic, not down to see an idiotic 6-inch- high divider on the trail itself. I hit the curb and went flying. Fortunately I only broke my left wrist.

I have never, in riding hundreds of rail trails, seen one that had a large divider placed in the rail trail itself. Perhaps they put this here to prevent cars from driving down the trail. It's a deadly hazard and it needs to be removed.

Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville Rail Trail (FJ & G Rail Trail)

Lots of intersections

July, 2021 by brian.chandler

We completed this trail ride in July 2021, two adults and two kids(9 and 8). We were very concerned with the lack of local vehicles not following right of way laws. We became frustrated after only going a few miles(from north parking area into Town of Gloversville) and crossing at 17 different Road crossings. This stop and go was tedious and took enjoyment out of the ride.


Warren County Bikeway

great ride!

July, 2021 by jonathan.p.wilkerson

Really nice trail! Very much enjoyed the ride. Would highly recommend

Albany-Hudson Electric Trail

we’ll maintained

July, 2021 by eckinois

We rode 50 miles on trail and had best rail trail experience ever. Maybe next weeks Rail Trails .org inaugural 5 day ride sponsored to go from NYC to Buffalo NY was reason for pristine surface & great signage but every part of trail was in immaculate condition even after last five days heavy rains.

Delaware and Hudson Rail-Trail

Nice ride

July, 2021 by bert15

Thanks to Jimbo's review, we lowered our expectations for this trail and had an enjoyable ride. We parked in Granville, NY, and took the trail southerly into Vermont. In NY, the trail includes stretches of grass, packed earth, and well-packed gravel. In VT, it switches to gravel. It certainly wasn't paved asphalt, and the ride had more vibration and required more effort than it would have been on a paved path, but riding our hybrids, we did not find it excessively bouncy, or even particularly uncomfortable. And although there were horseshoe prints, we didn't see any deep divots. At the same time, the ride passes through beautiful countryside and tidy farmland. We rode it on the Monday of a 3-day holiday, and saw virtually no one on the trail.

Ballston Veterans Bike Path

quick stop for a ride

July, 2021 by lindarkv

Easy parking. Short, flat straight ride along the water. Very exposed, not great for a hot day.

Albany-Hudson Electric Trail

Parking for trail heading southeast

June, 2021 by ellavigna

Per the advice of the other reviewers, we started from Schodack. We parked at the SEFCU right off the I90 exit for Schodack (if heading from west take right off exit). There is gas station/Dunkin’ Donuts right next to the exit and the SEFCU is right next to that. This way we avoided on road sections in East Greenbush. There are some hills between Schodack and Nassau but they weren’t terrible. After Nassau the trail to Kinderhook was much easier (aka flatter). We didn’t go all the way to Kinderhook but I’m looking forward to that another day. Beautiful trail.

Albany-Hudson Electric Trail

Beautiful Trail through wetlands and farmland, with abundant wildlife!

June, 2021 by jsolon3680

Rode the 25 mile stretch (50 miles RT) between Nasau Lake and Hudson. Nicely maintained and signed trail. Some stretches sharing the road, but in most cases, very easy to navigate! Many historical markers throughout that explain the rich history of this line and area!

Fonda, Johnstown & Gloversville Rail Trail (FJ & G Rail Trail)

It seems as though automobiles have the right of way with many poorly marked crosswalks throughout this trail. If you are willing to surrender the right of way you will enjoy surviving this picturesque trail.

June, 2021 by runnindownadream.j

It seems as though automobiles have the right of way with many poorly marked crosswalks throughout this trail. If you are willing to surrender the right of way you will enjoy surviving this picturesque trail.

Zim Smith Mid-County Trail


June, 2021 by gtmskier

Rode today with my wife and adult son. Beautiful day, and trail is excellent.

Erie Canalway Trail

Rome and Utica areas.

June, 2021 by jlappen

Signage coming into Rome traveling east, or leaving Rome traveling west, is non-existent. Expect to travel on busy city roads. Trail Links is a bit better than the Erie Canalway booklet in navigating this, but it’s still a challenge. Lots of construction in Utica and the trail east of Leland Ave is closed.

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