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The 1.3-mile unpaved trail looks down upon the scenic Little Beaver Kill and is easily accessible from New York State Route 17.Liberty Rail Trail
At over 2.7 miles in length, this multi-surface trail accommodates biking, hiking, and cross-country skiing.Hurleyville Rail Trail
Known locally as “The Milk Train Trail,” the Hurleyville segment of the O&W features nearly 2 miles of smooth-surface, ADA-compliant, multi-use trail, extending in each direction from the center of the hamlet for a total of 3.5 miles.Woodridge Rail Trail
This 1.7-mile length of multi-surface trail connects the Village of Woodridge with the Neversink River to the west.Mountain Dale Rail Trail
A replica of the Mountain Dale Depot building anchors the trailhead for this 2.6-mile cinder-paved segment connecting Mountain Dale with Woodridge.Mountain Dale Rail Trail
The O&W in Mamakating is part of a system of intersecting trails that have been developed along former rail lines and canal towpaths.
Communities + Businesses
The communities along the trail provide amenities for residents and visitors to enjoy the outdoors such as ski resorts, boating, overnight stay accommodations, parks, museums, shopping, and outdoor recreation businesses.