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30
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0 - 4 mi
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26
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5
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1
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New York has 30 trails in the vicinity, including 26 for walking, 5 hiking trails and 1 for other activities. These trails range from 0.8 to 4.3 miles in length. The longest trail in New York is Long Island City a well-known trail measuring 4.3 miles in total length. The most popular trails are Hunter Island Trail, Van Cortlandt Park Trail and Staten Island Greenbelt Trail. Trails.com member Ed S. recently completed Alley Pond Park.
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Bayswater’s identity is, of course, important to those who have lived here, but many outsiders ...
There was a time when people couldn’t wait to get to Far Rockaway, whether they were the ...
New York City is an archipelago, and its better-known smaller islands—Liberty and Roosevelt, ...
When Hamilton Beach made the news as one of the places hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy in ...
So close yet so far—that’s how Maspeth seems. It borders Brooklyn and is the second neighborhood ...
Ridgewood might be both the most historic and the most au courant place in Queens. The ...
Woodhaven borders Forest Park, and your walk starts at the park’s 110-year-old wooden ...
To this day, many Queens neighborhoods are described as suburbs in the city. Richmond ...
The word suburb had a different meaning when American cities started growing dramatically ...
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 ...
Situated side by side along the 7 line, Sunnyside and Woodside are quintessentially Queens. ...
In 2000 Time Out New York wrote of Astoria, “Residents love the fact that their neighborhood ...
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