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nice, twisty, scenic, nicely paved, all bike friendly.

Ruff for bikes. Lots of ruts, rocks, and mud.

mountain biking
2 months ago

I've only done half the trail because there are sections that are in a town and a short double yellow line highway. 90% of the trail is great, but there are sections around mile 15 that are extremely steep even to walk with your mountain bike. However, it does have great woods and scenery along the 90% part of it.

nature trips
2 months ago

Was surprised to see how close to nature one can be right here in the Bronx. Luckily in my trails I saw a few people and even though it felt quite for most of the trail, I had the fortune of seeing a family of deers! It was such a wonderful, peaceful and relaxing trails I’ve done. Truly recommend it. There were some parts that was a bit scary, like walking under two tunnels to get to the other side, but other than that, it was a great nature experience.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Allows to go to Kensico dam, but is almost all along the parkway.

3 months ago

Nice trail!

Amazing hike

Great & easy trail perfect for small dogs. Pretty awesome view of the dam. Would love to return to mountain bike. Which reminds me to warn hikers that some parts of the trail you share with cyclists (some are polite and some will run you down if you don’t get out of the way).

mountain biking
4 months ago

Easy bike ride; the trail is well maintained and one can stop for great icecream at Trailside Cafe.

Nice hills. Clear trails . Amazing its in ny.

Nice dirt trail, well marked, with very few inclines. My wife and I only biked from Glenwood to Tarrytown, but I am already planning to come back to do the whole length of the trail. Yes, you do go past a lot of back yards, but you also get to ride through a lot of historic river towns along the way.

Great bike trail if you are looking for car free riding. I would recommend biking from North to South, as there is a slight decent this direction. My wife and I biked 34 miles from Tarrytown to Brewster, then took the train back to the city afterwards. The train conditions are amazing, but we were disappointed by the lack of public facilities along the route. There are no water fountains, or public restrooms for the entire length of the trail (including both the North County Trail and Putnam Trail sections). Furthermore, the trail doesn't really go through that many towns, so it's important to bring plenty of water. There are a few gas station stops along the way, so refill you water bottles when you can.

mountain biking
5 months ago

I finally did the trail from Millwood to the end in Brewster. Took me 5 hours. I love this trail. It’s peaceful.

trail running
5 months ago

This is the closest to NYC that you will find such technical single-track trails.

Mostly mountain bikers and hikers with an occasional group of kids there to do “who knows what,” but great training for trail running.

All trails are single-track. The Blue trail primarily loops the park and the remaining trails are numbered and somewhat confusing. Not really big enough to get lost, but big enough to get in some good miles with decent elevation gain.

We roller blade here every year - always fun!

NOT what it looks like. you're in people's backyard most of the time. then it leads you out onto trafficked roads for the last two miles. the pictures are misleading and the dam is not where the trails end. other than that what's in actual trails are pretty nice. but if you're looking for the dam it's 4 miles after the end

mountain biking
6 months ago

Well I came here with my two boys to see what this trail is all about and I wasn’t too happy with it! First of all limited parking at the depot parking area by the station. It’s also so boring!!! I am used to seeing scenery and taking pictures and there was nothing to see except boring trees and scary buildings!!!

As we began riding my little one who’s 4yrs old almost lost control as I was directing both of my sons to your right, a fast biker came flying by and scared my little one , had him almost heading off a cliff. I screamed so loud... smh... As we continued I found that this trail makes no sense. There is fencing in areas but not where their is a cliff, where someone can actually fall off to god knows where... so as we continued we also passed abandoned buildings, quite scary you don’t know who’s around... you also pass by people’s back yards, barking dogs with probably a 2-3 ft fence which had us scared it would hop over as it was barking from my sons training wheels making loud noises!!!

I feel it needs a lot of improvements.. more fencing where their is dangerous areas where kids can fall off and perhaps a separate lane for fast bikers. Path is too narrow, there was a disabled person which their bike took up half of the lane causing us to ride on the grass. So I feel they need to improve on that!!

Great views
Excellent trails
Easy

This is a decent hiking or biking trail perfect place for family and beginners unfortunately no views

Good for anMorning walk to get some miles in. Great for bird watching. Mellow terrain and food for kids.

trail running
9 months ago

This was my first time at this preserve and I really liked it! The trails seemed to be marked good. I will be back!

RANGER CADETS,I DID STEALTH CAMPING FOR YEARS IN THE CROTON WOODS & NORTH WOODS AREA OF VANCOURTLANT,AWSOME TIME.

hiking
Monday, November 27, 2017

beautiful trails, well marked and moderate.

road biking
Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Biked starting at Mahopanc north to end of the RailTrail in Brewster, then back with detour along Middle Branch Reservoir on Maple Rd and via Route36 back to the RailTrail. Beautiful bicycle trip, easy, not to crowded, and only few intersections, so you can go fast and enjoy the views along reservoirs and through beautiful Indian Summer-coloured woods. Great fun!

road biking
Sunday, September 24, 2017

South road is 20.6 miles out and back, ends at Millerton due to construction. There is a detour on Route 22N to the northern section to complete the trail around Copake at the Massachusetts border in Columbia County which I've done before by itself. Total mileage is closer to 50 miles round trip from Wassaic according to my Garmin. Nice workout and scenery but a bit too flat for me. Bad cell coverage and dropouts in recording the whole trail on my old iPhone (south and north parts). Total trail not represented on alltrails.com, this section here is only the northern part. You can find the whole trail on other websites. Well maintained. One thing I did like about this trail is that you can pick up speed and sustain it for a while since there are not that many people on the path and there are long straight sections to see safely in front of you.

walking
Friday, September 22, 2017

Beautiful water fall/dam worth seeing . Park like any other state park. Loud music, BBQ nothing special.

Pretty awesome bike path, just watch out for intersections along the way and cross with caution.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Path isn't marked very well. Founded ourselves off the trails several times while hiking. Else it was very good

mountain biking
Saturday, September 16, 2017

Loved it, some parts a bit bumpy, still a great ride
Bridge over the Wallkill River is closed for repairs, will have to make a trip back:)

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Fun easy biking trail

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