Great Walks for You!

Here in Delaware County all of us have access to so many great villages and hamlets, trails, mountains and so much more. With life being so busy it is true that not many of us take the time to get out and walk and experience all that our communities have to offer.

‘Script Trails is here to make it a little easier with a growing list of diverse walking routes.

Step 1

Find your perfect Grade.

To make it easy to find your perfect walk we have created three Grades. Click on the tabs below to read about each Grade and find the one that works for you!

Non-Remote

level1Mainly flat and free of debris. Mostly located in villages or hamlets. Often paved, concrete surfaces that are mostly flat with some grassy areas.

Look for the green ‘Script Trails’ shoes to identify Grade 1 walks!

Semi-Remote

level2Paved, crushed stone, packed dirt with possible grade changes. Surface changes could include sidewalks, edge of road, and grass pathways.

Look for the blue ‘Script Trails’ shoes to identify Grade 2 walks!

Most-Remote

Changes in surface, grade and slope throughout trail. May not be near other trails, roads and/or near villages/hamlets.

Look for the gold ‘Script Trails’ shoes to identify Grade 3 walks!

Step 2

Once you have chosen the perfect Grade for your walk, click on the tabs below to see the all walks available within your Grade!

Andes Cemetery -Andes

iconEnter at the cemetery gates and walk parallel to Coulter Road until you meet the short paved road. Take that to the right and circle around the pond and return the way you came. To add more distance, explore the cemetery. 0.3 miles
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Main Street – Andes

Walk through downtown Andes from Andes Central School to the eastern edge of town and back.
2 miles

The Court House – Delhi

level1Start at the Court House Square, east on main street, right on Bridge Street, Right on Delaware Ave, Right on Kingston Street, and Right on Main Street to starting point.
1 mile

The Court House II – Delhi

level1Start at the Court House Square, east on main street, right on Bridge Street, Right on Delaware Ave, Right on Kingston Street, left on Elm Street, right on Main back to start 1.5 miles

Sheldon Park – Delhi

level1Start on Sheldon Park on Sheldon Drive. Walk down Sheldon Drive right on Route 28, right on Delaware Ave, left on Bridge Street, Left on Main Street, Left on Elm street, right on Kingston street, Right on Route 28, left on Sheldon Drive. 2 miles

Covered Bridge Health/Heart Walk – Downsville

level11.5 Miles
Walk from the Covered Bridge through town as far as the sidewalk goes.
Turn around and walk back to the Covered Bridge.

Fleischmanns – All walks start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park

Start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park and walk down Wagner Avenue to the intersection of Depot Street. Turn around and walk back to the starting point. This is a very flat easy walk with no hills. The Street is paved and has lights so it can also be walked in the evenings. It is also favorite walk for many during the summer. 0.6 mile

Start at the starting point and now you have a choice

Choice A – Turn left and walk to Depot Street. This is an easy way to begin your walk with an easy flat walk. Once you have reached Depot Street turn around and walk back continuing past the starting point and up the hill to Main Street. This is a Brisk uphill and then a short downhill. You will then come to Main Street. Turn around and head back to the starting point. 1.4 miles

Start at the starting point and go right up Wagner Avenue to the corner of Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street and walk through the village, down main to the corner of Depot Street. Turn onto Depot Street, cross the bridge and then turn left again back onto Wagner Avenue and back to the starting point. This is a very popular route for many walkers. The terrain is mostly flat except for the small hill on upper Wagner Avenue. The entire route has street lights, but visibility is poor on lower main at night. 1.5 miles

Franklin

level1Start at the school on Institute Street, left on Main Street, left on Otego Street, left on Center Street to school. 1 mile

Village Park Trail – Margaretville

Start at pavilion behind Fresh Town and walk one time around gravel road back to the pavilion. His walk is completely level and can be repeated to obtain desired distance. 0.25 miles

School Walk – Margaretville

This walk features level terrain and you start at Margaretville Central School back parking lot – go left up Academy Street, turn right to Orchard Street and continue straight until you reach Maple Street Turn right and continue to Main Street and then return to MCD back parking lot. 1 mile

Sidney

level1Hospital to school!
Start at Tri Town Regional Hospital’s parking lot; make a right on W. Pearl Street continue to Elementary School, retrace route to the hospital .8 miles

level1Start at the civic center on Pleasant Street, make a right on Cartwright, a right on 23, a right on Bridge Street, a right Pleasant Street to starting point. .8 miles

Walton

level1Start at the School. Left on Stockton (route 206), Left on Maple Street, left on Harby Drive to starting point on Stockton .9 miles

level1Start on Griswold, left on East Street, left on Liberty Street, left on Delaware Street.
1.5 miles

Andes Rail Trail – Andes

Enjoy a peaceful experience of both field and woodland beauty as well as gorgeous mountain views on this flat trail 1.8 miles
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Ballantine Park – Andes

level2Beautiful park designed by George Ballantine and maintained by volunteers. Enjoy walking alongside the scenic Tremperskill Stream and wander through the ruins of an early mill that was powered by the stream. Benches and stone sculptures add to the enjoyment. 0.4 miles

Palmer Hill – Andes

Partway to Homestead Intersection.

Walk out the first quarter mile of the Palmer Hill Trail, starting at the scenic overlook. Look at the distant peaks of the Catskill Park as you do this flat portion of the Trail. 0.5 miles

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Palmer Hill -Andes

Ruff Loop

1.7 miles ( plus the 1 mile RT Homestead portion)

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Palmer Hill – Andes

Loop 2
You can also walk more of the lower portion of this trail to stay on flat section 1.1 miles (plus the 1 mile RT Homestead portion)

Click here for Map

Delhi Covered Bridge Run 5K course

Start on the corner of Elm and Main Streets (by the bagel shop). Walk west on State Highway 10 past price chopper, turn left on Sherwoods Road, Left on Arbor Hill Road, Left on State Highway 28 past the hospital, Straight to Delaware Ave, left on Bridge street and Left on Main Street. Finish in front of the Delhi Telephone Company. (3.2 miles) Moderate level, few sidewalks.

SUNY Delhi Loop

Start on Main Street at Tractor Supply. Head west toward SUNY Delhi and walk in Main Entrance. Continue up the driveway and turn at the first right. This will loop around and once you have walked down a slight hill you will then come to a ‘T.” Take a left and walk downhill until you come to another ‘T.’ Take another left, this will bring you back to the main entrance and return to your starting point. 1.8 miles

Fleischmanns – All walks start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park

Start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park and walk down Wagner Avenue to the intersection of Depot Street. Turn around and walk back to the starting point. This is a very flat easy walk with no hills. The Street is paved and has lights so it can also be walked in the evenings. It is also favorite walk for many during the summer. 0.6 mile

Start at the starting point and now you have a choice

Choice B – Turn right and begin your walk with a brisk walk up a hill and then down a short hill. Turn around at Main Street and hike back up the hill and proceed past the starting point to the end of Wagner Avenue to the junction of Depot Street. This is a nice long flat walk and a great way to cool down after walking up and down the hills. Turn around at Depot Street and proceed back to the starting point. 1.4 miles
From the starting point proceed down Wagner Avenue to Depot Street and turn right. Proceed across the bridge and turn left onto Old Route 28. This is a quiet walk near the stream (although there is some traffic it is supposed to be a 30 mph zone) with rolling small hills. Proceed to the cemetery and enter either the upper or the lower road of the cemetery. Loop through the cemetery and proceed back to the starting point. 1.7 miles
From the starting point turn left and proceed up to Wagner Avenue to Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street and walk down Main Street, past Depot Street, to Grocholl Road and turn into the Cemetery. Loop through the Cemetery and turn left onto Old Route 28. Walk for .5 miles and turn on to Depot Street and then turn left onto Wagner Avenue back o the starting point. This is a long walk with some hills. 2.5 miles

Village Walk – Margaretville

More of a hilly walk. Start at the pavilion behind Fresh Town and walk towards Route 30. Turn right and walk until you come to Cemetery Road, continue on Cemetery Road until you meet the intersection of Searles Road walk back to the pavilion. 1.7 miles

Country Route Walk – Margaretville

This mix of small hills and flat terrain starts at Margaretville Central School. Head west on Country route 3 (past the post office) until you reach Hall Road. Turn around and walk back to MCS. Please note that this walk does have some blind corners, so watch for traffic. 2 miles

Kennedy Heights Walk – Margaretville

Start at Margaretville Central School’s back parking lot and walk up Swart Street to Walnut Street. Turn right and take the first left on to Church Street and continue all the way up to Upper Kennedy Heights. Take Upper Kennedy height up to the top until the macadam roads end- turn around and return to MCS. This walk starts out level but soon becomes a steep hill. 1.2 miles

Andes Rail Trail Bullet Hole Spur – Andes

In its short distance, the trail manages to take the hiker through several different quintessential Catskill environments, open fields, mature hardwood and hemlock forests, a fern glade, and magnificent rock outcroppings. 2.2 miles- in addition to the 1.8-mile Rail Trail

Shavertown Trail – to the pond – Andes

Moderately strenuous hike to a spectacular view of a lovely pond, the Pepacton Reservoir and distance mountains. Beautiful wildflowers in season. 2 miles
 

Shavertown Trail – full trail – Andes

After the moderately strenuous hike to the pond, the trail levels out considerably and winds through fantastic rock outcroppings, evergreen and hardwood forest. 5.3 miles, including to the pond section and a loop around the pond.

Delhi Hiking Trails

The Delhi hiking trails consist of over four miles of hiking trails, named for beloved characters in the classic 1959 children’s novel My Side of Mountain which was set in Delhi. Over four miles of intersecting trails have been constructed. The Gribley Trail is a 3.08 mile route that starts at the Sheldon Park Trailhead on Sheldon Drive in downtown Delhi. After a steep climb the trail passes through varied vegetation, offering views of the village, then descends to meet the Bulldog Run trail and ends at the Immanuel Lutheran Church Trailhead.

The Bulldog Run Trail meanders the mountain side in a 2.39 mile loop, starting and ending at the Immanuel Lutheran Church Trailhead. Frightful’s Fall Trail, 0.36 miles, connects Bulldog Run to the highest point of the Gribley Trail.

Click here for map

Fleischmanns – All walks start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park

Start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park and walk down Wagner Avenue to the intersection of Depot Street. Turn around and walk back to the starting point. This is a very flat easy walk with no hills. The Street is paved and has lights so it can also be walked in the evenings. It is also favorite walk for many during the summer. 0.6 mile

Start at the starting point and now you have a choice

Proceed down Wagner Avenue towards Depot Street. Turn right on Depot Street and then left on Old Route 28 or lower Main Street. Walk approximately 3/10 of a mile and turn onto Takanassee Road. Caution- this is a partial dirt road and all uphill. Proceed up the road to the end, circle back and return to the starting point. This is a great cardio hike. The road starts out as a dirt road but changes to a paved road. The road is rarely traveled and is a great workout! (Make sure you have water). 2.2 hard miles

Hamden

level3goldWest Branch Preserve. Located on St Rte 10 between Hamden and Walton, NY. From the parking lot a path leads uphill across a meadow to the woods and a sign-in box. There are two trails, a 0.7 mile trail marked in blue markers with a moderate ascent and a 2.0 mile marked in orange on an old logging road that has a steep climb and should be attempted only by experienced hikers.

Click here for map

Margaretville

level3gold Dry Brook Ridge Trail. The Dry Brook Ridge Trail is a 13.6 mile trail that travels from Margaretville to the Balsam Lake Mountain Parking Area. Trailhead access for Dry Brook Ridge is just outside Margaretville. Take Route 28 at Margaretville, turn south at the Agway Farm Store and take the first left (which is a dead end). Follow this road for .15 mile to the start of the trail on the right. The trail starts on an old logging road uphill.

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Stamford

level3goldMount Utsayantha. Located on Tower Road in Stamford, NY. 2 miles of hiking trails, 360 degree views from the Mount Utsayantha, Fire Tower.

 

Walton

level3goldBear Spring Mountain. Route 206 between Downsville, NY and Walton, NY.
Miles of horse trails along two ridges are used for hiking, hunting, and mountain bikes. Varies routes are available from which to choose.

Click here for map

Step 3

You now have your perfect Grade but want to find your walk by town…

… No problem, click the tabs below and find your walk and be sure to look for the green, blue or gold ‘Script Trails’ shoes!

Andes Rail Trail

Enjoy a peaceful experience of both field and woodland beauty as well as gorgeous mountain views on this flat trail 1.8 miles

Click here for Map

Andes Rail Trail Bullet Hole Spur

In its short distance, the trail manages to take the hiker through several different quintessential Catskill environments, open fields, mature hardwood and hemlock forests, a fern glade, and magnificent rock outcroppings. 2.2 miles- in addition to the 1.8-mile Rail Trail

Click here for Map

Ballantine Park

Beautiful park designed by George Ballantine and maintained by volunteers. Enjoy walking alongside the scenic Tremperskill Stream and wander through the ruins of an early mill that was powered by the stream. Benches and stone sculptures add to the enjoyment. 0.4 miles

Andes Cemetery

Enter at the cemetery gates and walk parallel to Coulter Road until you meet the short paved road. Take that to the right and circle around the pond and return the way you came. To add more distance, explore the cemetery. 0.3 miles

Palmer Hill

Partway to Homestead Intersection.

Walk out the first quarter mile of the Palmer Hill Trail, starting at the scenic overlook. Look at the distant peaks of the Catskill Park as you do this flat portion of the Trail. 0.5 miles

Click here for Map

Palmer Hill

Ruff Loop

1.7 miles ( plus the 1 mile RT Homestead portion)

Click here for Map

Palmer Hill

Loop 2
You can also walk more of the lower portion of this trail to stay on flat section 1.1 miles (plus the 1 mile RT Homestead portion)
Click here for Map

Main Street

Walk through downtown Andes from Andes Central School to the eastern edge of town and back. 2 miles

Shavertown Trail

To the pond.

Moderately strenuous hike to a spectacular view of a lovely pond, the Pepacton Reservoir and distance mountains. Beautiful wildflowers in season. 2 miles

Click here for Map

Shavertown Trail, full trail

After the moderately strenuous hike to the pond, the trail levels out considerably and winds through fantastic rock outcroppings, evergreen and hardwood forest. 5.3 miles, including to the pond section and a loop around the pond.

Click here for Map

The Catskill Scenic Trail

iconThe Catskill Scenic Trail is a 26-Mile trail that runs through Roxbury, Grand Gorge, Stamford, Hobart, South Kortright and Bloomville. Depending on the season, you may hike, bike, cross country ski, run and ride the trail!

In Bloomville, you may park at the Trailhead on Route 10 just north of Bloomville.

Click here for a Catskill Scenic Trail Map

Delhi Covered Bridge Run 5K course

Start on the corner of Elm and Main Streets (by the bagel shop). Walk west on State Highway 10 past price chopper, turn left on Sherwoods Road, Left on Arbor Hill Road, Left on State Highway 28 past the hospital, Straight to Delaware Ave, left on Bridge street and Left on Main Street. Finish in front of the Delhi Telephone Company. (3.2 miles) Moderate level, few sidewalks.

SUNY Delhi Loop

Start on Main Street at Tractor Supply. Head west toward SUNY Delhi and walk in Main Entrance. Continue up the driveway and turn at the first right. This will loop around and once you have walked down a slight hill you will then come to a ‘T.” Take a left and walk downhill until you come to another ‘T.’ Take another left, this will bring you back to the main entrance and return to your starting point. 1.8 miles

Delhi Hiking Trails

The Delhi hiking trails consist of over four miles of hiking trails, named for beloved characters in the classic 1959 children’s novel My Side of Mountain which was set in Delhi. Over four miles of intersecting trails have been constructed. The Gribley Trail is a 3.08 mile route that starts at the Sheldon Park Trailhead on Sheldon Drive in downtown Delhi. After a steep climb the trail passes through varied vegetation, offering views of the village, then descends to meet the Bulldog Run trail and ends at the Immanuel Lutheran Church Trailhead.

The Bulldog Run Trail meanders the mountain side in a 2.39 mile loop, starting and ending at the Immanuel Lutheran Church Trailhead. Frightful’s Fall Trail, 0.36 miles, connects Bulldog Run to the highest point of the Gribley Trail.

Click here for map

The Court House

level1Start at the Court House Square, east on main street, right on Bridge Street, Right on Delaware Ave, Right on Kingston Street, and Right on Main Street to starting point. 1 mile

The Court House II

level1

Start at the Court House Square, east on main street, right on Bridge Street, Right on Delaware Ave, Right on Kingston Street, left on Elm Street, right on Main back to start 1.5 miles

Sheldon Park

level1

Start on Sheldon Park on Sheldon Drive. Walk down Sheldon Drive right on Route 28, right on Delaware Ave, left on Bridge Street, Left on Main Street, Left on Elm street, right on Kingston street, Right on Route 28, left on Sheldon Drive. 2 miles

Covered Bridge Health/ Heart Walk

level11.5 Miles
Walk from the Covered Bridge through town as far as the sidewalk goes.
Turn around and walk back to the Covered Bridge.

All walks start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park

Start at the entrance of the Village Ball Park and walk down Wagner Avenue to the intersection of Depot Street. Turn around and walk back to the starting point. This is a very flat easy walk with no hills. The Street is paved and has lights so it can also be walked in the evenings. It is also favorite walk for many during the summer. 0.6 mile

Start at the starting point and now you have a choice

Choice A – Turn left and walk to Depot Street. This is an easy way to begin your walk with an easy flat walk. Once you have reached Depot Street turn around and walk back continuing past the starting point and up the hill to Main Street. This is a Brisk uphill and then a short downhill. You will then come to Main Street. Turn around and head back to the starting point. 1.4 miles

Choice B – Turn right and begin your walk with a brisk walk up a hill and then down a short hill. Turn around at Main Street and hike back up the hill and proceed past the starting point to the end of Wagner Avenue to the junction of Depot Street. This is a nice long flat walk and a great way to cool down after walking up and down the hills. Turn around at Depot Street and proceed back to the starting point. 1.4 miles

Start at the starting point and go right up Wagner Avenue to the corner of Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street and walk through the village, down main to the corner of Depot Street. Turn onto Depot Street, cross the bridge and then turn left again back onto Wagner Avenue and back to the starting point. This is a very popular route for many walkers. The terrain is mostly flat except for the small hill on upper Wagner Avenue. The entire route has street lights, but visibility is poor on lower main at night. 1.5 miles

From the starting point proceed down Wagner Avenue to Depot Street and turn right. Proceed across the bridge and turn left onto Old Route 28. This is a quiet walk near the stream (although there is some traffic it is supposed to be a 30 mph zone) with rolling small hills. Proceed to the cemetery and enter either the upper or the lower road of the cemetery. Loop through the cemetery and proceed back to the starting point. 1.7 miles

From the starting point turn left and proceed up to Wagner Avenue to Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street and walk down Main Street, past Depot Street, to Grocholl Road and turn into the Cemetery. Loop through the Cemetery and turn left onto Old Route 28. Walk for .5 miles and turn on to Depot Street and then turn left onto Wagner Avenue back o the starting point. This is a long walk with some hills. 2.5 miles

Proceed down Wagner Avenue towards Depot Street. Turn right on Depot Street and then left on Old Route 28 or lower Main Street. Walk approximately 3/10 of a mile and turn onto Takanassee Road. Caution- this is a partial dirt road and all uphill. Proceed up the road to the end, circle back and return to the starting point. This is a great cardio hike. The road starts out as a dirt road but changes to a paved road. The road is rarely traveled and is a great workout! (Make sure you have water). 2.2 hard miles

level1Start at the school on Institute Street, left on Main Street, left on Otego Street, left on Center Street to school.  1 mile

The Catskill Scenic Trail

iconThe Catskill Scenic Trail is a 26-Mile trail that runs through Roxbury, Grand Gorge, Stamford, Hobart, South Kortright and Bloomville. Depending on the season, you may hike, bike, cross country ski, run and ride the trail!

In Grand Gorge, you may park at the intersection of Route 30 and Ferris Hill Road, just south of Grand Gorge.

Click here for a Catskill Scenic Trail Map

West Branch Preserve

level3goldLocated on St Rte 10 between Hamden and Walton, NY. From the parking lot a path leads uphill across a meadow to the woods and a sign-in box. There are two trails, a 0.7 mile trail marked in blue markers with a moderate ascent and a 2.0 mile marked in orange on an old logging road that has a steep climb and should be attempted only by experienced hikers.

Click here for map

The Catskill Scenic Trail

iconThe Catskill Scenic Trail is a 26-Mile trail that runs through Roxbury, Grand Gorge, Stamford, Hobart, South Kortright and Bloomville. Depending on the season, you may hike, bike, cross country ski, run and ride the trail!

In Hobart, the trail runs across Maple and Cornell Avenues. You may park on Route 10 and walk south to pick up the trail.

Click here for a Catskill Scenic Trail Map

Village Park Trail

Start at pavilion behind Fresh Town and walk one time around gravel road back to the pavilion. His walk is completely level and can be repeated to obtain desired distance. 0.25 miles

School Walk

This walk features level terrain and you start at Margaretville Central School back parking lot – go left up Academy Street, turn right to Orchard Street and continue straight until you reach Maple Street Turn right and continue to Main Street and then return to MCD back parking lot. 1 mile

Village Walk

More of a hilly walk. Start at the pavilion behind Fresh Town and walk towards Route 30. Turn right and walk until you come to Cemetery Road, continue on Cemetery Road until you meet the intersection of Searles Road walk back to the pavilion. 1.7 miles

Country Route Walk

This mix of small hills and flat terrain starts at Margaretville Central School. Head west on Country route 3 (past the post office) until you reach Hall Road. Turn around and walk back to MCS. Please note that this walk does have some blind corners, so watch for traffic. 2 miles

Kennedy Heights Walk

Start at Margaretville Central School’s back parking lot and walk up Swart Street to Walnut Street. Turn right and take the first left on to Church Street and continue all the way up to Upper Kennedy Heights. Take Upper Kennedy height up to the top until the macadam roads end- turn around and return to MCS. This walk starts out level but soon becomes a steep hill. 1.2 miles

Dry Brook Ridge Trail

level3goldThe Dry Brook Ridge Trail is a 13.6 mile trail that travels from Margaretville to the Balsam Lake Mountain Parking Area. Trailhead access for Dry Brook Ridge is just outside Margaretville. Take Route 28 at Margaretville, turn south at the Agway Farm Store and take the first left (which is a dead end). Follow this road for .15 mile to the start of the trail on the right. The trail starts on an old logging road uphill.

Click here for map

The Catskill Scenic Trail

iconThe Catskill Scenic Trail is a 26-Mile trail that runs through Roxbury, Grand Gorge, Stamford, Hobart, South Kortright and Bloomville. Depending on the season, you may hike, bike, cross country ski, run and ride the trail!
In Roxbury, you may park at the designated area on Route 30 at the base of Hardscrabble Road, just north of Roxbury hamlet.
Click here for a Catskill Scenic Trail Map

level1Hospital to school!
Start at Tri Town Regional Hospital’s parking lot; make a right on W. Pearl Street continue to Elementary School, retrace route to the hospital .8 miles

level1Start at the civic center on Pleasant Street, make a right on Cartwright, a right on 23, a right on Bridge Street, a right Pleasant Street to starting point. .8 miles

The Catskill Scenic Trail

iconThe Catskill Scenic Trail is a 26-Mile trail that runs through Roxbury, Grand Gorge, Stamford, Hobart, South Kortright and Bloomville. Depending on the season, you may hike, bike, cross country ski, run and ride the trail!

In South Kortright, the trail crosses Route 18 just east of Belle Terre.

Click here for a Catskill Scenic Trail Map

Mount Utsayantha

level3goldLocated on Tower Road in Stamford, NY. 2 miles of hiking trails, 360 degree views from the Mount Utsayantha, Fire Tower.

 

The Catskill Scenic Trail

iconThe Catskill Scenic Trail is a 26-Mile trail that runs through Roxbury, Grand Gorge, Stamford, Hobart, South Kortright and Bloomville. Depending on the season, you may hike, bike, cross country ski, run and ride the trail!

In Stamford, you may park at the Railroad Depot on Railroad Avenue, Stamford.

Click here for a Catskill Scenic Trail Map

level1Start at the School. Left on Stockton (route 206), Left on Maple Street, left on Harby Drive to starting point on Stockton .9 miles

level1Start on Griswold, left on East Street, left on Liberty Street, left on Delaware Street. 1.5 miles

 

level3goldBear Spring Mountain. Route 206 between Downsville, NY and Walton, NY. Miles of horse trails along two ridges are used for hiking, hunting, and mountain bikes. Varies routes are available from which to choose.

Click here for map

Magic Mile

level1Park on Gardiner Place. Make a left on North Street, Make a left on East Street. Left on Liberty Street. Left on Delaware Street and end with a left on Gardiner Place.

Click here for map

Austin Lincoln Park Trail

level1Enter Austin Lincoln Park on East Street to Park Entrance.
0.9 miles

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