Spring '21 Trail Walker Is Here!

April 13, 2021
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New York-New Jersey Trail Conference

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Spring '21 Trail Walker Is Here!
Trail Walker '21 Spring Cover

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The latest issue of Trail Walker is here

In the Spring 2021 edition, we celebrate the outstanding volunteers who were recognized during our Volunteer Appreciation event on March 28. Without their incredible commitment to protecting trails and natural areas, issues such as blowdowns, untended erosion, and the encroachment of invasive species would cut off the public’s ability to safely and enjoyably experience all the outdoors has to offer. We can play outside because they work so hard to provide that access for everyone.

Inside this issue, you'll find articles on:

  • The Highlands West Trail Connectivity Plan, a long-term initiative to conserve open space and support accessible recreation in Orange County's Hudson Highlands
  • Another conservation win for the Long Path, and one for Bergen County as well
  • A look at how the growing trail running community is giving back
  • Ways to expand your knowledge of the natural world while hiking
  • And more!

Trail Conference members and volunteers receive Trail Walker delivered to their door. To receive your complimentary copy of our quarterly newsletter, sign up to become a member or volunteer today!

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Jane Daniels's picture

The Yorktown Walk Book has all the trails in Yorktown. It is being revised because of so many changes. Many stores have copies or contact Yorktown Land Trust who publishes the book. It is $5/copy Walkable Westchester 3rd edition has all the trails in Yorktown as well as ~600 more parks. It was available since February 2021 is in color, has maps, history, driving directions and a table of where you can mountain bike, walk your dog, is handicapped accessible, or ride your horse. Costs $30 plus shipping, available at the book store in Pleasantville or Kellogs in Katonah. The Trail Conference website has maps for Granite Knolls, FDR State Park, Sylvan Glen, Turkey Mountain, and Woodlands. They are free pdfs. The Westchester map set has a map of Teatown as well as Ward Pound Ridge, and Rockefeller. It can be purchased through the Trail Conference website and is part of a combo with Walkable Westchester.
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George Souls's picture

Which publication has all trails in Yorktown, NY.? Can I get a copy sent to me?

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