Hudson River WalkwayThe Hudson River Walkway
. Walking time: Lift status: The NYS Parks modernizes the lift at the water' s edge to enhance reliability of use. Washington Street walkway entry is 0.7 leagues from the water front.
Walking Hudson State Historic Park (Poughkeepsie) - 2018 All you need to know before you go (with photos)
You sure you want to clear this issue? Poughkeepsie Station for Metro North and Amtrak is on Main Street and North Water Street. It is... 3 mile from Upper Landing Park (83 North Water Street), where you can reach the Walkway by lift (visit the Walkway Over The Hudson website for lift opening hours).
Poughkeepsie Train Station is also 61 Parker Avenue, .7 mile from the Walkway entrance/parking area. You sure you want to remove this response? You sure you want to clear this issue? You can also leave your car free of charge on the Poughkeepsie site.
You sure you want to remove this response? You sure you want to clear this issue? If you have a difficulty where you cannot turn back, you can take the lift halfway across the lift. You sure you want to remove this response?
Every natural trail is one of a kind and provides a truly unforgettable discovery of treasures. Park-naturalists meets the contestants at Christopher Street Fountain, just off Pier 40, at 9 a.m. on the dot. The Hudson River Natural Whalks are managed by the following naturalists: The WALTER LAUFER is an autodidactic city researcher with a particular interest in moths and vials.
Laufer has been travelling with nature guidebooks in the west of North America for many years. He has been translating what he has learnt in the great outdoors into know-how that is useful in the city' s surroundings since 2005. Laufer has to date learnt to recognise over 100 different types of flora, from pines to gastropods found in the park; during this period he has seen more than 80 birds and 50 insects that live in or pass through the Greenwich Village and Tribeca sectors.
A self-educated city researcher, educated birdwatcher, and an enthusiastic birdwatcher, KEITH MICHAEL is a committed discoverer of the five districts of New York City. Bird life is his main propelling interest, but the views, tree life, wild flowers, grass, butterfly, dragonfly, scaly, slippery and furry flora that can be seen in NYC are also notable. WILD! World Trade Center Rising, manages its own line of New York City WILD! natural walk and writes for WestView News on a month-to-month basis.
Michael sees the reconnection with the rhythm and wonder of nature in our metropolitan center as a powerful remedy against the stresses and electronics of our day.