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If you like trails it's a butifull trail we our whole family loves to go hiking and biking and enjoy the nature so it's a place everyone would like it the nice scenery and it's a quiet place too so sure to go walk around...More
The rail trail spans 20 plus miles, running along a quiet tributary of the Walkill. The trail passes through New Paltz, Gardiner and Rosendale, and is great for foot and bike traffic. A new link is intended to join with the Highland rail trail, which...More
Would have been better used had it remained a rail line -- light rail connecting Kingston, New Paltz, and Wallkill. It could ease the pressure on Route 32, but....there's this long, boring, level trail that occasionally has a bicyclist hollering at you to get out...More
We always wanted to adventure this trail and see where it would bring us. The rail trail is nice to bike or walk. We started in new paltz headed into the north direction toward kingston. It was shaded and sunny so it was a nice...More
Great shaded trail for summer riding. Wonderful views, quiet and full of nature.
Safe walking path. It is not paved si being proper shoes for walking. There are great rest areas with beautiful views.
Great family activity for nature walk.
The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail runs for about 22 miles from south of the hamlet of Gardiner north to the outskirts of Kingston. The surface is mostly gravel and dirt. It is open to walkers, runners, bikers and equestrians. It crosses a few well-trafficked roads...More
I have walked my dog here several times. Please bring pick up bags if you do. I’ve bicycled here as well. Although most of the extended trail is dirt it is a compacted mostly level path. I use off road hybrid bike tires. If you...More
Walked the rail trail between New Paltz and Rosendale. The walk is not stressful and I encourage you to stop along the way to experience the winds coming up from the caves along the way. And do not miss the view from the Rosendale trestle,...More
Take NYS thruway to exit 18,make left off exit drive thru town till you come to end of town.we made right on Hugenot street,followed street till we found parking by little league field and half block away from trail
No fee. Parking is also free of charge at several locations. We park on Binnewater Rd. in Rosendale, which is sort-of the 2/3 point. From there you can go North to Kingston (6 miles) or South to New Paltz (7ish miles) and... More
No fee. Parking is also free of charge at several locations. We park on Binnewater Rd. in Rosendale, which is sort-of the 2/3 point. From there you can go North to Kingston (6 miles) or South to New Paltz (7ish miles) and beyond (another 8 miles).