ATTENTION: WALLKILL VALLEY RAIL TRAIL TEMPORARY CLOSURE INFORMATION

There will be a temporary closure of the Rail Trail from November 15 to December 15.

A small bridge, which is located between Springtown Road and Huguenot Street, needs repair. Due to its location, and the equipment and materials needed, this section of the Rail Trail will be completely closed for a 4-week time period. Users of the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail are asked to plan their visits accordingly and detour around this section.

INFORMATION AND MAP OF DETOUR ROUTE CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING HERE.

WALLKILL VALLEY RAIL TRAIL

The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail is a 22+ mile unpaved stone surface rail trail and linear park that winds along the former Wallkill Valley Railroad rail corridor in Ulster County, New York. It goes through the towns of Gardiner, New Paltz, Rosendale, and Ulster to the Kingston city line. Activities include walking, jogging, bike riding, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing. Open year-round dawn to dusk.

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JOPPENBERGH MOUNTAIN

is a nearly 500-foot tall mountain in Rosendale. The mountain is composed of a carbonate bedrock overlain by glacially deposited material. Trails lead to the top of the mountain from Willow Kiln park behind Rosendale’s Main Street, with views across the valley from the summit.

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