Rail-Trails Trails in New York
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Rail-Trails Trails in New York

9
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4 - 35 mi
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New York has 9 rail-trails trails. These trails range from 4 to 35.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, Bronx River Pathway and Cayuga County Trail. Trails.com member Eliseo E. recently completed Old Croton Aqueduct Trail.
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Of course many trails (and not just rail-trails) provide a connection between communities. ...
The Lehigh Valley Railroad (LV) was one of the “Anthracite Roads.” This was an informal ...
Glens Falls is an interesting small city in eastern New York, located on falls of the ...
Most of the trails in this book are either former railroad corridors or canal towpaths. ...
The Thousand Island region of New York is a special treat that belongs on everyone’s must-visit ...
Here is one of the few opportunities to travel an abandoned railroad/canal and actually ...
Glens Falls is a community that ties into the memories of many people who lived through ...
One of the best features at the beginning of this trail is the very interesting signage ...
With all the grain mills (and, yes, distilleries also), this quaint village of Penn Yan ...
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