Biker and pedestrians on the Corning Preserve Trail in Albany, New York.

Trails

The Greenway Legislation set a goal to establish a trail network on both sides of the river between Manhattan and Saratoga County.
Trails
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In 1991 the Hudson River Valley Greenway was created in part to establish a network of multi-use trails along both sides of the Hudson River. Today the Greenway is working to create a system of trails from the northern borders Saratoga and Washington counties to Manhattan. The Hudson River Greenway Trail System consists of two main components: a land trail and a water trail for paddling and boating. A major route included in the land trail is Bike Route 9, a North-South on-road bicycling trail. 

View and download maps of the land trails, find info on designated trails, request designation, and more!

When completed in 2020 will create a 750-mile trail bike and walking pathway from New York City to Canada and from Albany to Buffalo and will connect the Hudson River Valley Greenway Trail and the Erie Canalway Trail, creating the largest state multi-use trail in the nation.