With a wide range of opportunities, Walkable Westchester promotes walking—the most inexpensive form of recreation and part of a healthy lifestyle—as well as running, horseback riding, biking, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing.
Covers more than 180 parks, preserves, sanctuaries, and protected open spaces with nearly 600 miles of trails throughout Westchester County
Offers a wide variety of walking options including paved paths, woods roads, dirt roads, and narrow woodland trails in urban, suburban, rural, and natural settings
Includes trails that are handicapped accessible
Descriptions include driving directions, public transportation information (when available), park contact information, lists of which activities are permitted/prohibited in each park, and maps and photographs