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31
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1 - 30 mi
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24
Walking
4
Mountain Biking
3
Other activities
Brooklyn has 31 trails in the vicinity, including 24 for walking, 4 for mountain biking and 3 for other activities. These trails range from 1.75 to 30.6 miles in length. The longest trail in Brooklyn is Brooklyn North to South a well-known trail measuring 30.6 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Downtown Brooklyn, Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill and Around Prospect Park. Trails.com member Abby B. recently completed Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill.
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This is a lengthy walk from the westernmost to easternmost point of Prospect Park. It’s ...
Prospect Heights may be the richest neighborhood in Brooklyn—not in income, but in institutions. ...
Park Slope was rediscovered during the brownstone revival of the late 1960s, so it has ...
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The “Carroll” comes from Declaration of Independence signatory Charles Carroll; the “Gardens” ...
Begin near a large mall of today’s most recognizable chain stores. Cross the street and ...
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Enjoy the national park system’s only national wildlife refuge, and check out hundreds ...
Greenpoint is the northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn. It’s bordered by Newtown Creek ...
Cunningham Park is remarkable, both for the quality of its mountain bike trails and for ...
This ride journeys along the nation’s oldest bike path, leading you from the greens of ...
From the Brooklyn Museum, this route travels along a grand, tree- lined greenway on Eastern ...
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