Fall Colors · Historical Significance
Need to Know
This portion of the North County Trailway, running south from the Village of Briarcliff Manor's Law Memorial Park to the trailhead on Route 117 in Mt. Pleasant does not require any roadway crossings. Parking and restrooms are available in Law Park, and parking is also available at Route 117 if you want to start at the south end and head north.
The North County Trailway is a paved bicycle and pedestrian path located primarily on right-of-way lands of the former Putnam Division of the New York Central Railroad. The "Old Put," as it was fondly referred to by commuters, provided freight and passenger service from 1881 to 1958 between the Bronx and Putnam County. The North County Trailway spans 22.1 miles in Westchester County, from Eastview in the Town of Mt. Pleasant, to Baldwin Place in Somers. It continues north into Carmel in Putnam County for 12 miles as the Putnam Trailway.
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