New York New Jersey Trail Walkable Westchester - 3rd Edition
The 3rd edition of Walkable Westchester—with updated maps, tables and locations—is a comprehensive go-to guide to over 225 parks and 635 miles of trails for you to explore in Westchester County.
- Provides information on 200 parks, preserves, sanctuaries and protected open spaces—including 27 additional parks not in the previous edition
- Includes descriptions of more than 635 miles of trails with icons representing activities permitted in each park
- Features county-wide locator map, detailed maps of all but the smallest parks and new color maps showing the latest trail updates
- Features new color photos that highlight experiences, things to do and places to visit
- Includes tables with brief descriptions of short or twisty bike/multi-use trails
- Updated with a new "What To Do Where" table that provides an easy reference for where you can walk your dog, ride your horse, use accessible trails and more
- Provides driving directions, GPS coordinates, availability of public transportation and web links to find additional information
- Provides information on local history, science and lore
Made in USA.
Westchester County has a wealth of green space open to the public, with some parks having less than 1 mile of trails and others featuring more than 40 miles. You can find hills to scramble up, ravines to wander through, meadows to ramble across, historic sites to explore and Gilded Age gardens to visit.
This latest edition of Walkable Westchester includes a wide variety of walking opportunities on paved trails, dirt roads or narrow woodland footpaths in a mix of urban, suburban, rural and natural settings. With only a few small exceptions, all homes in Westchester County are located within 1 mile of a park boundary or place to walk. Grab your copy of Walkable Westchester to explore the county as you walk, hike, run, ride your horse, walk your dog, bike, cross country ski or snowshoe.
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9 x 6 x 1 inches
Jane and Walt Daniels
New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
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