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beautiful, but steep

hiking
9 days ago

Was great family day walk. Lots of great views

Lots of trails blocked off for restauration.

Okay trail. Still under development and construction. Whenever it’s done it’ll have some nice views.

Trail was pretty good for the most part, a couple of muddy spots you just walked around.

hiking
17 days ago

Great easy hike along the water. It's very pretty. Lots of Canada geese and other birds. Quiet in winter but we met some lovely bird watchers. The visitor center is cool. Ms 7 loved it.

on Alley Pond Park Loop

hiking
muddy
23 days ago

A little bit muddy and one spot was closed cause trees were down and water covered the trail. Just went a few hundred feet around. Otherwise not bad and well thought out and maintained. Kudos to parks department.

hiking
muddy
23 days ago

great hike watch out can be pretty muddy in sections day after rain. and the begining and end of the loop is a nice little workout otherwise most of this is a stroll.

Wouldn’t know how trail is because they don’t allow dogs. A state park, paid for by taxpayers and only certain taxpayers can use it.

private property
24 days ago

This is private property.

hiking
26 days ago

Did this walk counterclockwise early in the morning and got some incredible views of the Brooklyn Bridge at sunrise. I'd walked across the bridge before and was pleased that going this time of the day beat the crowds. If you do this on foot, be careful not to stray into the bike lanes on the Brooklyn bridge. The bike path on the Manhattan Bridge is separate from the walking path. Noise on both bridges can be pretty intense, but that's New York.

Great trail with awesome water views and you can see d

We walked for 1.5H on a sunny morning after fresh snow. Very few people on trail. We let our dog run off leash (against posted instructions). The preserve is fenced and the park roads are closed to traffic but great for running/biking. There is plentiful parking in a lot on Park Lane/80th Street. We walked the orange trail, a 2.4M clearly marked trail. (See photos for map of whole system trails). You don’t entirely escape the traffic noise but this is a great resource for walkers, runners, bikers, horse riding.

when you park at the end of Hudson rd, go up hill under the bridge to the end and follow down hill around under the bridge. then go left when your back in the pk lot down carolina rd to the end and stay left, follow down to the south fin grill and return. will do it sunday 19jan2020 meetup si hiking

walking
1 month ago

Great way to tour some of the city above all the traffic, view some sights and get some exercise. Some interesting art, music and political statements along the way. Can be very crowded. Enjoy!

hiking
blowdown
muddy
scramble
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Can’t believe I’ve lived in Queens all this time and never did this. Very easy and fun.

easy to follow red, white and blue signs on trees. there are restrooms with a little museum with stuffed animals

hiking
muddy
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

New to walking/hiking and I’m pleased to find really nice trails right here in Queens.

hiking
1 month ago

The pictures uploaded definitely got my hopes up but basically just flat terrain(brisk walk) so idk why it’s marked moderate

hiking
icy
muddy
1 month ago

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