Best Trails For Walking Near Me In NYC

Governors Island

We’ve still got a month or so to go before Governors Island closes for the year, and there are few better places to meander in New York.

Hudson River Greenway

You can't go wrong visiting any point on the Hudson River Greenway, which stretches from lower Manhattan to Washington Heights.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir

Leave the Mall and the Literary Walk to the tourists who take over the southern half of Central Park.

Roosevelt Island

Take the Roosevelt Island Tram to this land mass in the middle of the East River, and then spend a day wandering the nearly two-mile island. 

Convent Avenue and Hamilton Terrace

One of Harlem’s best architectural walks can be found close to City College’s campus in Hamilton Heights. 

The High Bridge

New York’s oldest existing span is the High Bridge, which was built in the 1840s.

Grand Concourse

This four-mile stretch in the Bronx was inspired by the Champs-Elysses in Paris, but has its own particular New York flavor. 

Astoria Park

Astoria Park is less crowded than some of its more well-known counterparts, which is precisely why it’s worth visiting for a springtime stroll. 

Center Boulevard

Beyond the tall towers of Long Island City is this walkable thoroughfare, which connects Hunter’s Point South to Gantry Plaza State Park and the iconic Pepsi-Cola sign.

Clinton Avenue

Here’s another one for architecture buffs: The stretch of Clinton Avenue between Atlantic and Flushing avenues has, as Brownstoner puts it.

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