Hiking The Long Island Greenbelt Trail

The 14th most popular hiking trail in New York.

The Long Island Greenbelt Trail is a 32 mile route along the Connetquot River and Nissequogue River from Heckscher State Park on the south shore to Sunken Meadow on the north shore. The hiking route follows beaches and bluffs past ponds and pine forests. The Greenbelt Trail is a National Recreation Trail.

The trail system is maintained by the Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference.

Overall, Long Island Greenbelt Trail is the 14th most popular hiking trail of all 49 hikes in New York.

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Local Contact(s):  Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference (631) 360-0753; NY Tourism (800) CALL NYS.

Recommended Book:  "Hiking New York" from Rhonda Ostertag

Best Season:  May - Sep.

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Reference Source:  click here http://www.ligreenbelt.org/

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Date Updated:  6/30/2016

ID:  14389

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