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The Hoosic River Greenway spans 2.5 miles along the river’s east bank through the Village of Hoosick Falls. The gravel pathway follows the former route of the Boston Hoosac Tunnel & Western Railway, which was formed in 1878. Today, the trail provides a pleasantly wooded corridor for enjoying the outdoors and also accessing the village’s shops and restaurants. For anyone needing some inspiration for their workout, there is a fitness station as well as signs along the greenway, each describing a different physical activity.
Cars can park at the southern or northern ends of the trail, or in between. The southern end is at the end of Waterworks Road and the northern end is just past the railroad tracks on Sewer Plant Road. In the center, parking is available at the lot at the corner of Classic and Church streets.
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