Hudson River Greenway Trail Region | Hike the Hudson River Greenway Trail


This trail system includes riverside walking trails, rail-trail corridors, a water trail, and bike and auto routes. It aims to connect the valley's historic, cultural, and recreational resources.

The Hudson River Valley Greenway is a New York state agency created to facilitate the development of a voluntary regional strategy for preserving scenic, natural, historic, cultural and recreational resources while encouraging compatible economic development and maintaining the tradition of home rule for land use decision-making.

Through voluntary participation in the Greenway community planning program, communities in 13 counties in the Hudson River Valley can receive technical assistance and funding for local land use planning projects which support the goals of the Greenway program.

The Greenway is helping communities and trail groups establish a system of trails that link cultural and historic sites, parks, open spaces, and community centers as well as providing public access to the Hudson River.

  • Learn about land trails in the Hudson Valley Greenway trail system. Click here.
  • Learn about the Hudson Valley Greenway Program here.
Arden Point is part of the Hudson River Greenway Trail. Photo by Georgette Weir.