List of trails in New York

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The State of New York has a large network of multi-use paths, hiking trails, and other facilities. Many are short, local paths, but many are of statewide or regional significance.[1] In order to be added to this list, a trail must be located in New York and have and its own article, or a dedicated section in an article.

Long-distance hiking trails[edit]

A part of the Appalachian Trail, Harriman State Park


Rail trails[edit]

Other trails[edit]

The Nine Mile Creek Aqueduct in the Camillus Erie Canal park. The arches now support a tow path trail.

Although many of the multi-use paths in New York are converted rail trails, there are some significant examples that were never railroads.

Snowmobile trails[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Trails In New York". parks.ny.gov. parks.ny.gov. Retrieved September 24, 2017.