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RECREATIONAL PATHS

Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail      feedercanal@yahoo.com
Glens Falls Feeder Canal Alliance
PO Box 2414
Glens Falls  NY  12801
Phone: 518-792-5363
The Glens Falls Feeder Canal Trail is an 8-mile trail between Glens Falls & Fort Edward near the Hudson River & Old Champlain Canal Trail. Uses: Hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing. No motorized vehicles are allowed. Trail surface: Stone dust.  Call to request map & guide.

New York State Canalway Trail System     PublicInfo@canals.state.ny.us
Office of Public Information
PO Box 189
Albany  NY  12201-0189     
Phone: 800-422-6254 or 518 436-2983
The New York State Canalway Trail System is comprised of a network of more than 220 miles of existing multi-use, recreational trails across upstate New York.

Old Erie Canal State Park     PublicInfo@canals.state.ny.us
Andrus Road, RD 2
Kirkville  NY  13082
Phone: 315-687-7821
Part of the New York State Canalway Trail System, Old Erie Canal State Park between Dewitt (east of Syracuse) & Rome is a linear park offering more than 35 miles of hiking & biking trails. that are used by snowmobilers & cross-country skiers in
winter. A designated National Recreation Trail, the park trail is off road except for a 2.2-mile segment between Durhamville & Route 31 and a 1-mile segment along Lock Road. Rest rooms & parking are available at Poolsbrook & Cedar Bay picnic areas.
Trail Surface: stone dust. Open Year-Round, No Fees Charged.

Warren County Bikeway
Map & guide available by calling 518-623-2877 or 518-623-5576
Warren County Bikeway (9.5 miles one way, easy)
Extending from the shore of Lake George to the Glens Falls Feeder Canal, this paved bikeway leads through forested foothills over gradual terrain. Suitable for walking and strollers, some sections are also appropriate for use by people with disabilities. 
Online map of bikeway

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