Fall guide: Top 5 hiking trails in NYC

Nearly one-third of the New York City’s land is carved out for parks, playgrounds and recreation facilities — so there’s plenty of room to find fresh air.

And for those who love the outdoors, there are plenty of trails to hike for peak fall foliage season, which spans a couple of weeks starting around mid-October.

“Mark your calendars to hit the trails, burn off your Halloween candy and Thanksgiving turkeys,” Sarah Aucoin, NYC Parks’ Director of Urban Park Rangers said in a statement.

“Stay active and healthy while catching glimpses of some of New York City’s hundreds of species of wildlife.”

Here are the top five hiking trails in the city, according to the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation…

 

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