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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.
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.
Nice flat wide trail. Good for walk, run or bike. We stayed to left at the fork and trail ended at an old train station. Wawa was next door in case your in need of a drink or restroom.
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.
Road from kintnersville to Erwinna. Beautiful scenery. Saw a muskrat, Ducks and turtles. Trail narrows at times. We went on a week day. I am sure the weekends with more people would become challenged at points. All gravel trail.
DO NOT TRY THIS TRAIL ON THE ALLEY POND SIDE. CLOSED
I rode this trail for the second time. The last time I rode it was almost 7 years ago. The surface is packed gravel and can be ridden with just about any type of bike. I rode my hybrid without any slippage. There are a few streets crossings but cars stopped for me each time. At the beginning of the trail in Long Valley, there are horse farms and in the last few miles before High Bridge, keep an eye out for the gnome homes. Much of the trail flanks the Raritan River. There are a few places along the way to get coffee or a snack. Great ride for all levels.
The trail is in a word... AWESOME!!! Beautifully traversing the shore line with multiple picturesque opportunities! A true Monmouth County jewel!!!
Construction has been completed on the trail heading north up town. There are now flat concrete square patches where there where bumps and bruise. Smoother ride.
I love it it's a wonderful places to walk
Scenic and great for beginners. Lovely trail along the water.
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