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Maybrook Trailway

5 Star

July, 2024 by z4g9gshqpr

The smoothest trail you will find anywhere around NYC. Nice and long, mostly flat. As others have pointed out, plants are beginning to overgrow on the Dutchess County end and need to be cut back. But the trail goes by numerous lakes and offers fantastic views. Highly recommend. Just make sure to start early because the trail is quite long.

Maybrook Trailway

Maybrook to Brewster

July, 2024 by bktourer1

Excellent trail except for the staircase once you get into Brewster from the Danbury area. Why wasn't a ramp put in instead of 2 steep staircases to carry a bike up or down?

Joseph M. McDade Recreational Trail

Wow. Was very bumpy. A couple of trees were down. Started at Dingmans ferry. Went north. Lots of hills! Had to stop at Zimmermans Farm Road. It got too narrow from there. Exhausted!!

July, 2024 by ebechtoldt

Wow. Was very bumpy. A couple of trees were down. Started at Dingmans ferry. Went north. Lots of hills! Had to stop at Zimmermans Farm Road. It got too narrow from there. Exhausted!!


Maybrook Trailway

Incredible Trail -- Almost impassable in Dutchess County Right Now

July, 2024 by dryaun

The Dutchess County portion of this incredible biking trail is almost unusable right now. Weeds wildly overgrown and sticking out 4-5 feet into the trail on either side. The Dutchess County people responsible for this negligence should be ashamed of themselves.

Ashokan Rail Trail

Enchanting Views

July, 2024 by wrogers1

While short at 11 miles one way, this trail has a lot to offer. The view of the reservoir with the green Catskill Mountains in the distance is quite enchanting. Much of the ride is through the woods with plenty of shade. The surface is packed cinders and the ride is generally flat. There are plenty of port-a-potties at the trail heads. This is our second time on the trail, so we did view it as worth returning too. Our first trip, during a summer weekend, was quite busy. This time we were there on a rainy weekday in June, and there were minimal people.
We extended the ride by travelling an additional 20 miles on the rode to ride around the reservoir. Starting at the Woodstock Dike Trailhead, we headed east on a very busy Route 28, but only for less than a quarter mile. The rest of the trip had minimal traffic, although I should note it was a rainy weekday. I ‘m unsure how different it would be on a sunny weekend.
We then followed Basin Road to Dike Road where we enjoyed amazing views. Dike Road is on what I believe is the dam at the east end of the Reservoir, offering unobstructed views of the water. From there, we continued on Route 28A. We were a short distance from the Promenade when we encountered a rain storm approaching in from the west. We turned back, managing to get to the car right before the rain began. In total the trip covered 40 miles on hybrid bikes.
While we did not reach the Promenade on this trip, I would highly recommend visiting it. During a previous visit, we took a short drive from the Rail Trail to the Promenade. It was well worth the hassle of loading and unloading the bikes on the car. You will find gorgeous views of the revisor with the mountains in the distance. We even spotted a bald eagle soaring over the water.
It takes us 2.5 hours to drive from our home to the western trailhead. The journey is well worth it. We definitely will be visiting again.

Heritage Trail (NY)

Heritage trail

July, 2024 by flywithme_tl

A great ride . A watch for when you’re in Goshen , if coming from Harriman when you get to where it says end of trail in Goshen proceed straight across into parking lot continue on railroad ave make left on west main then take west main until you see a cemetery on the left then make a right onto a paved walkway near the dead end street then make left to continue on the trail . I am writing this to help others poor signage

William R. Steinhaus Dutchess Rail Trail

great ride William trail

July, 2024 by flywithme_tl

Can’t say enough well maintained , a must do !

Walkway Over The Hudson

walkway over Hudson

July, 2024 by flywithme_tl

Great a must do . Food & drinks along with bathrooms on each end of bridge .

Hudson Valley Rail Trail


July, 2024 by flywithme_tl

Great trail well maintained would be good if porta John was available in the parking lot across from Lowe’s . Plenty of places to get a drink .

Norwalk River Valley Trail

Two Trails

July, 2024 by z4g9gshqpr

These are really 2 separate trails with a variety of surfaces and a bit of street riding. The Norwalk trail is mostly asphalt going north from the sound while the trail in Wilton has about half going through a wooded area with pea gravel. This is the most enjoyable spot to ride as the other half of the Wilton trail dies out north of town on Route 7 with nothing around. If they were ever able to connect the two routes you would have something.

Hudson Valley Rail Trail


July, 2024 by jhqr_stone

Beautifully maintained. Started at Walkway over the Hudson rode to new Paltz and back. Super hot day but trail had a lot of shade. We definitely want to explore more of this area

Briarcliff-Peekskill Trailway

Briarcliff-Peekskill trail

July, 2024 by joseph.avdek

I entered the trail on Ryder Road in Ossining and ran to the Teatown preserve and back (approximately 6 miles).

The trail is overgrown and not well maintained. There are points that are severely sloped and there are rocks hidden in high grass. Along the trail there is a creak that has stagnant water. The high grass and water leads to a large amount of bugs. I found a tick on my leg after the run.

On the trail there are abrupt up-hills that are not maintained or easy to traverse without coming to a slow walk due to rocks and roots. The scenery is beautiful but the trail needs a lot of love and care.

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