Bike Hudson ValleyHudson Valley Bike
It is a nice, inviting place only a few kilometres from New York City.
No need to drive a vehicle to get around the Hudson Valley. You just need a bike. Are there any paths, cycling routes or events that are not on this page? Have you got any question about where you can horseback riding in Hudson Valley?
Top 5 Hudson Valley Cycling Tours
Lucky if you want to go to Hudson Valley by bike but don't have a vehicle! The best thing about cycling in Hudson Valley is its rugged, bike-friendly transport system. Metro-Nord often allows you to reach a good cycle track or cycle track from a railway stop.
These are our five most popular Hudson Valley bike tours (and their Metro North locations) to take you on two-wheeled tours this year. New Croton Old Croton Acqueduct Trail Explore the Old Croton Acqueduct which was the first pipe to bring clean waters to New York City. As it is no longer used, the spa is now a dirty hiking and biking trail with stunning long distance view of the Hudson River.
As the route runs parallel to the Metro-North Hudson Line, you can reach it from different stops so that you can make a single journey that begins and ends at different them. The route can be reached via Metro North Station in Glenwood, Greystone, Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Ardsley-on-Hudson, Irvington, Tarrytown, Philipse Manor, Scarborough, Ossining and Croton-Harmon.
This multipurpose path runs parallel to the Metro North Harlem Line and can be reached from several stops so that you can make a one-way journey that begins and ends at different stops, among them also at different stations: Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Crestwood, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, White Plains, North White Plains and Valhalla (via Kensico Dam Plaza). Use the same Metro North stops (except Bronxville, North White Plains and Valhalla) to get to Bicycle Sunday.
Begin your journey in Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Crestwood, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, White Plains, North White Plains and Valhalla (via Kensico Dam Plaza). The Old Put is just right for you if you are looking for a single drive from the town to the north. The deserted railway line led from Van Cortlandt Park north to Westchester.
It is shallow and mostly cobbled, which makes it a relaxed and scenically delightful adventure when one rides along a peaceful trail past marshland, ponds and forests. On our fabulous full excursion we will take the Old Put to Captain Lawrence Brewery and then the return to town. Begin your journey in the Bronx and then take the N. White Plains Metro North Station for a one-way ticket back to the town.
Walkway Over the Hudson, Hudson Valley Rail Trail, and Dutchess Rail Trail If you want to get far out of town, another great cycling spot is Poughkeepsie Railway Terminal, where you can reach the lovely Walkway Over the Hudson and the two ways that link it on both sides. Head eastwards on the Dutchess Rail Trail or westwards on the Hudson Valley Rail Trail....or do both.
From Poughkeepsie you can also take a personalized"" Taste the Hudson Valley" bike ride with lunches, tasting and a still route. The Harlem Valley Rail Trail in North Dutchess County is the cycle track farthest from NYC. It is very simple to reach....as it starts from the Wassaic car park.
Drive through wonderful farming landscapes and picturesque towns. And if you drive on a Saturday, you can see the Farmers' Square of Millerton right by the wayside! One great source to discover these trips is , which considers itself a "one-stop-ressource about cycling in the Hudson Valley, and how to get there!
" In addition, Metro-North Getaway packages provide a wide range of discounted railway fares for a number of bicycle trips and bicycle hire along the railway routes.