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Wanted to get in a quick ride before nearby concert that wouldn't overly tax me and found this nearby rail-trail on my RT app. A pleasant ride on mostly flat, even gravel surface (need at least hybrid tires) thru local wooded country side. Light bike and foot traffic on cool, cloudy Friday late afternoon. Dry conditions although it had rained on ad off most of the week. Simple out and back trail. Only drawback was the no-see-ums and gnats that come out before sunset especially in the spring. Fortunately, I had on glasses and a helmet. Fun ride overall.
This is a very nice trail for biking.
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A nice easy trail for road biking, hiking, running, etc. Very flat and well paved. Nothing much to see on this route, but if you’re in the area it’s an easy one.
Our inaugural ride on the Maybrook trailway today. Rode from Lake Tonetta (Town of Southeast Park) in Brewster to Whaley Lake in Patterson and back, about 25 miles.
A real treat to ride on this brand-new trail, part of the Empire State system. The route out from Brewster starts flat and then becomes a very gradual uphill grade to Whaley Lake. Not really anything to be concerned about…very doable, and we enjoyed the gradual downhill for the second half of the ride. The route is very open – since the trail parallels the old (still there) tracks, there’s a feeling of openness – bright sun the entire way. The sections through Lake Tonetta, the “Great Swamp,” and the “Ice Pond” are very picturesque, with occasional view of hills in the distance along with the lake views. The best part is a 2 mile section along Whaley Lake – beautiful views of the lake and some very nice houses on the opposite shore. All in all, a great new trail – and in Fall this is going to be spectacular. A few notes: bathrooms available at Southeast Town Park (start of trail, adjacent to Lake Tonetta). I didn’t see any other bathrooms along the route, haven’t yet explored on-road possibilities e.g. nearby stores at the crossings. Bring sunscreen – very open, lots of sun. The route continues to Hopewell Junction where it picks up another section of the Empire State Trail – lots of info on the web.
Great ride smooth bike path cross wind is mean but I was able to clock 20 miles out and back.
Solid trail, goes through farmland and the backs of some businesses. Not much shade, but there are enough trees to make you feel far from society. The crushed gravel is easy to ride, the trail is mostly flat, and the mile markers are very convenient.
Rode the northern part of this trail on 4/26/21 from Hopewell Junction to Holmes as part of my ride from New Paltz. Trail was scenic and smooth with few and easy road crossings. I imagine because of the width of the railroad tracks and the trail making this pretty much in the sun for most of the ride. Just keep in mind it’s not fully recorded in red on the trail map. Great trail if you want a great distance ride.
This trail will take you all the way from Van Cortland Park up to the Croton Dam. I split it into 2 rides with the halfway point being the Cuomo bridge in Tarrytown. There are lots of street crossings with high curbs and a few spots that are so steep you will have to walk the bike. The dam at the end is the reward but be careful with the on road sections. Road bikes are not advisable as the path is only paved through Ossining. It hooks up with the Briarcliff-Peakskill Trail up at the dam if you’re feeling your oats and want to extend the day. Bring a map for this one.
Rode this trail today. Newly paved and in great shape. Great bypass to Route 9W over the Hook Mountain "hump" with it's very limited shoulders and fast-moving cars and trucks.
There is a small unofficial parking area at the south end of Jones Point.
Just north of the northern end of the trail make a right onto the Iona Island Access Road. Interesting spot to check out with a bird sanctuary and some buildings that were once used as a military ammunition depot.
Cars don’t have to yield to bikers and it takes a while Otis cross multiple roads.
April 2021: Hadn't been on the trail a couple of years, hoped they had caught up on maintenance. No such luck. Long stretches full of cracks, bumps, sunken spots and washboarding. It was a teeth-rattling experience. Not recommended, esp. for road bikes.
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