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We did this in a Sunday afternoon and it was impossible to ride our bikes across. We walked most of the way and the views were great going over the bridge.
This trail is an easy ride for everyone. It’s well maintained with plenty of benches to rest and a mixture of sun and shady spots. The end of this trail leads right into the Walkway over the Hudson.
So happy we found this trail! It’s beautifully paved and nearly all flat. There is a gradual downgrade for the last few miles into Adams ... which means an upgrade on the way back. ¿ We live in northern CT so it takes us about 1.5 hrs to get to the southern Trail Head ... but it’s worth the drive. We’ve ridden this trail twice this year and will be back next year!
One of the best trails I have done. Nice and smooth. You must do Walkway over The Hudson.
We rode from New Paltz to a bit north of Rosendale trestle. Stopped for pizza at Rail Trail Cafe (delicious but really slow). View from the trestle is excellent, especially with the foliage almost peaking right now. The trail was in good condition but it hadn’t rained in a long time. Just north of the trestle there’s a cave you can explore on the right. Bring a good light.
We did this trail Columbus day weekend, the weather was perfect, the views spectacular and it wasnt very crowded at all. Will definitely do this trail again!
Absolutely beautiful trail! I went on October 10, 2020. A warm sunny day, lots of bikers, walkers, And in-line skaters. The trail itself is so smooth - not one pothole. And lovely views along the lake and quieter views of the wetlands. Will definitely go again next year and highly recommend it.
My friend and I rode from Millwood on the North County Trail and just kept going. We ended up on the Putnam Trailway for a total of 46 miles. There are several decent hills on this segment of the trail. There are some street crossings but they are not very busy roads. You eventually come to the end of the trail, which is clearly marked. Near the end of the trail is a large reservoir. The trail is completely paved with just a few bumpy spots. We rode on 10/10 and the foliage has not changed much yet.
Level easy trail quiet and very pretty. Tricky entrance and exit onto busy road. Short easy trail. Wear boots muddy areas.
The newly refurbished Ashuwillticook opens Friday Oct. 9 @ 3pm
We started at Tait road entrance around 4:30 pm. Path was leafy but dry and good with great views.
fantastic views, wide open gravel, very hilly, so be prepared for a workout, but you can always walk up some of the hills. The views are amazing. The town of New Paltz is there, so you can enjoy lunch after. fantastic day
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