Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail

#1 of 2 trails in Stillwell Woods Park

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Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail is a 16 mile out and back trail located near Woodbury, New York and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for mountain biking and is accessible year-round.

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Ken Fradkin (66)

1 Completed2 Reviews

Kevin- Some portions are pretty narrow, as well as steep.

Kevin C. (138)

QUESTION: Former avid single track rider. Injured 4 years ago but finally getting back on the bike, actually a recumbent trike with mountain setup. Ready to start trying easy / moderate dirt off-road but I do not know if this trail is wide enough... my trike is approximately 2x width of reg bike. I have seen a lot of trails miss categorized trails.

Thanks. Any other bent riders in the ny / long island area?

Ken Fradkin (66)

1 Completed2 Reviews

If you are looking for a challenging trail run on Long Island this is for you. Most of the running/ hiking portion is seperated from the mountain bike trails. The portion by Cold Spring Harbor is the most difficult . The Long Island Greater running Club has a 25K and 50K trail race every year

Jennifer W. (124)

Best hiking between Cold Spring Harbor and Woodbury. South of that it flattens out to a nice walk. :)

Jerry OSullivan (66)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great ride large area close to most things , maintained decently lits of fun.

Matthew Burkhart (8581)

46 Completed12 Reviews

This is a great ride from bethpage to Stillwell. I can't venture the whole way anymore. Too old ha ha but years ago when it was less eroded I would. A great workout. Especially when you hit the fifth section north of bethpage.

Zander Katsalas (112)

3 Completed3 Reviews

Awesome very cool

Josh Snediker (2813)

11 Completed2 Reviews

One of my favorite trails to train on. Starting from bethpage parking lot north to Jericho. The return trip is very fast. Not very technical though but a great way to unwind your mind

Gustavo P. (80)

great fun and challenging trail w/ a few nice climbs. I like to start at Jericho Tpk & woodbury Rd next to Stop & SHop and head south into Bethpage park, ride in the park and head back

Sean Obenauer (75)

0 Completed1 Reviews

Fun trail that can become sandy in the summertime with all the weekend warriors going out.

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