KS2

Kingston Section

City of Kingston
  • 6.5 miles
  • 2 to 3 hours
  • 30 minutes to 1 hour
  • Dog-friendly
  • Paved

Trail Overview

This 6.5-mile Empire State Trail section through the City of Kingston has varied conditions. Two off-road paths welcome walkers and bicyclists of all abilities. Conversely, two connecting on-road sections are intended for experienced bicyclists comfortable traveling next to vehicle traffic. This section starts slightly south of Kingston, at a parking lot at the intersection of Route 32 and Rockwell Lane. Heading north, the first 2.5 miles are on-road, designated on Route 32 and city streets. The off-road Kingston Point Rail Trail starts at the intersection of West Chestnut St and Jansen Ave, looping east 1.5 miles to Roundout Landing. From there, a 1-mile on-road route is designated on the shoulders of East Strand St. The second 1.5-mile off-road path, named the Hudson River Brickyard Trail, runs from North Street to John Street in East Kingston.

Cycling Directions

Cue sheets provide step by step navigation instructions for cycling the trail in both directions.

HV13-HV14_South-North Download HV14-HV13_North-South.pdf Download
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