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56
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0 - 22 mi
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30
Walking
14
Hiking
17
Other activities
New York has 56 trails in the vicinity, including 30 for walking, 14 hiking trails and 17 for other activities. These trails range from 0.8 to 22 miles in length. The longest trail in New York is Brooklyn: Brooklyn Greenway a well-known trail measuring 22 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Hunter Island Trail, Queens: Queens Greenway, Bronx: Riverdale, Spuyten Duyvil and and Kingsbridge. Trails.com member Larry S. recently completed New York City: Summits of the Five Boroughs.
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The Hudson River offers a beautiful backdrop for this, the most challenging ride within ...
If your family loves the energy and excitement of a big-city vacation, there’s no place ...
The eastern shore of Staten Island has something for every bicyclist. For the seasoned ...
Plotting our assault on the Five Boroughs from his upstate home in Westchester County, ...
Staten Island remains the most rural of the city's five boroughs. Its pleasant blend ...
On the north shore of Queens, the land forms small peninsulas between bays of the East ...
The Throgs Neck and Whitestone Bridges bracket the neighborhood of Whitestone, located ...
St. Paul’s College had virtually no impact on College Point aside from inspiring its name. ...
Within a single block of Bowne St. in Flushing are a synagogue, a Sikh temple, a Chinese ...
Forest Hills started out as many Queens neighborhoods did: A developer buys up farmland, ...
Sure, it possesses one of the more unfortunate place-names around, but Flushing Meadows ...
How did Corona become the crown jewel of Queens? Well, it isn’t. Some say proud residents ...
Reflecting on recent census figures, a local newspaper columnist wrote that Americans ...
Current residents of Jackson Heights benefit from thoughtful urban planning of a century ...
Situated side by side along the 7 line, Sunnyside and Woodside are quintessentially Queens. ...
Only Athens, it’s been said, has more Greeks than Astoria. For many years, and to many ...
In 2000 Time Out New York wrote of Astoria, “Residents love the fact that their neighborhood ...
You see them from Manhattan, the Queensboro Bridge, and the 7 train: the glassy towers ...
The Bronx presents some unusual challenges to city cyclists. In this borough of social ...
The Brooklyn-Queens Greenway is the ambitious plan of the Neighborhood Open Space Coalition ...
The Jamaica Bay portion of the Gateway National Recreation Area, comprises the Jamaica ...
Ambitious plans are underfoot to create a "greenway" of hiking and biking trails that ...
Step back in time to the Manhattan of the nineteenth century. Far down on the Lower East ...
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