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43
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0 - 22 mi
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26
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9
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11
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New York has 43 trails in the vicinity, including 26 for walking, 9 for road biking and 11 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 ...
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 ...
Ambitious plans are underfoot to create a "greenway" of hiking and biking trails that ...
Manhattan's furthest reaches often go ignored by tourists and visitors, who instead stay ...
Today, many of the park roads are shared among pedestrians, horses, in-line skaters, bicyclists, ...
Although this is one of the nation's most hectic areas five days a week, the concrete ...
A residential park. Nice idea, isn’t it? That’s what the developers of Jamaica Estates ...
George Washington slept here. Really. “A pretty good and decent house,” Washington wrote ...
“They all lived here.” So says an outdoor mural that you see along this walk. Who were ...
You don’t get much farther off the beaten tourist path than Queens Village. It’s out in ...
Before there was Douglas Manor, there was the Douglas manor, a lush 175-acre family estate ...
Bayside contains everything from a glacial pond to a college campus to a suburban-style ...
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. ...
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 ...
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