Staten Island North to South

Staten Island, New York

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This ride spans Staten Island from north to south, starting at the St. George Ferry Terminal and ending in Conference House Park, home to the “South Pole,” New York State’s southernmost point. Traversing Staten Island along its southern flank, it runs parallel to the more than 150-year- old Staten Island Railway and swings into Great Kills Park, a 580-acre swath of wetlands, woodlands, and beachfront. Conference House Park, at the end of your journey, contains several historic buildings (dating as far back as circa 1680) worth checking out and some lovely waterfront picnic spots. Your northbound journey returns to St. George via Staten Island Railway.
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by Mary Staub (Falcon Guides)

This ride spans Staten Island from north to south, starting at the St. George Ferry Terminal and ending in Conference House Park, home to the “South Pole,” New York State’s southernmost point. Traversing Staten Island along its southern flank, it runs parallel to the more than 150-year- old Staten Island Railway and swings into Great Kills Park, a 580-acre swath of wetlands, woodlands, and beachfront.

Conference House Park, at the end of your journey, contains several historic buildings (dating as far back as circa 1680) worth checking out and some lovely waterfront picnic spots. Your northbound journey returns to St. George via Staten Island Railway.

© 2014 Mary Staub/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Staten Island
Distance: 21.7
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 3 hours
Local Maps: New York City Bike Map, Conference House Park map: www.nycgovparks.org/parks/R006/map/ConferenceHousebrochure.pdf
Driving Directions: Directions to Staten Island North to South

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