Hudson Valley Rail Trail

The Hudson Valley Rail Trail (HVRT) is a 12-foot wide, asphalt rail trail open for non-motorized uses, including walking, running, bicycling, horseback riding, inline skating, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The HVRT is flat or gently-sloped making it accessible to individuals with limited mobility. The HVRT currently extends 3.6-miles from the Walkway Over the Hudson State Historic Park ( in Highland (Town of Lloyd) eastward to Tony Williams Park located on South Riverside Road. The HVRT directly connects to the 1.25-mile Walkway the longest elevated walkway in the world-- and the 13-mile Dutchess County Rail Trail, providing an 18-mile bicycle/pedestrian route running from Highland in Ulster County to Hopewell Junction in Dutchess County. For more information on the HVRT, including event calendars, please visit: Download Hudson Valley Rail Trail (PDF)

101 New Paltz Road
HVRT Pavilion