Wallkill Valley Rail Trail


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Sponsors We would like to express our greatest appreciation to our business sponsors who have donated $100 or more to the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail. Their support is vital in maintaining this valuable resource that our community enjoys. codigo promocional betano casino online svizzeri casas de apuestas casino online espana moosh.pt moosh moosh portugal moosh codigo promocional moosh codigo promocional オンラインカジノ

The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail opened officially in October 1993 as the seventeenth rail trail in New York State. In 2001 it was recognized as the first Countryside Trail in the Hudson River Valley Greenway Trail System, and in 2007 it was designated a National Recreation Trail by the National Park Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior.

The trail extends for 12.2 miles from the sourthern border of Gardiner to the northern border of New Paltz. Along the way it passes through woods, open fields, and agricultural lands, and links the hamlet of Gardiner with downtown New Paltz. Trail users will discover a wide variety of birds and other wildlife and beautiful views of the Shawangunk Ridge and the Wallkill River. The trail surface is gravel and packed dirt, except for a section of the trail in the heart of New Paltz from Plains Road to Broadhead Avenue, which is wheelchair accessible.

The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail is a multiuse trail, welcoming hikers, joggers, bicycle and horseback riders, dog walkers, and, in the winter, snowshoers and cross-country skiiers. Except for vehicles for the disabled, motorized vehicles, including ATVs and snowmobiles, are not permitted on the trail. For everyone's safety, please follow the guidelines for multiuse trails and be courteous to other trail users. Download our brochure for more information.

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