Stephanie Cohen

New York City

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  1. The Best Places to View New York's Fall Foliage

    New York City

    New York's Fall foliage colors are exploding. Head to the hills, or at least the Hudson River Valley, to see the season's prettiest colors.

  2. The Nature Sanctuaries of New York: 6 Easy Escapes

    New York City

    Discover the city's softer side at the nature sanctuaries of New York. Pockets of marshes, woodland forests, and meadows offer an easy escape.

  3. How to Keep Running in New York City Even in Winter

    New York City

    When done right, winter running in NYC can be a great workout and fun pre-season boost. The secret is using group energy to stay on track.

  4. 3 Small Town Escapes Near New York City That Are Perfect for Road Running

    New York City

    For New York City runners looking for a break from the concrete routine, here are some small town escapes that offer no crowds and new scenery, guaranteed.

  5. Ancient History Above the Hudson: The Story Behind New Jersey's Palisades Interstate Park

    New York City

    Fresh air, stunning vistas, and 200 million-year-old rock beds make Palisades Interstate Park a must see for athletes and geologists alike.

  6. Why You Should Visit Pelham Bay Park

    New York City

    With beaches, boardwalks, marshes, and forests, Pelham Bay Park is highly worth a visit for New York City residents.

  7. The Ramapo Valley Reservation: New Jersey's Hidden Gem

    New York City

    Just an hour north of New York City, the Ramapo Valley Reservation offers a riverine getaway with excellent hiking trails and gorgeous scenery.

  8. A Sampling of New York's Best Hiking Bridges

    New York City

    Hiking the bridges of New York offers stunning views from city skylines to lilypads and adds a unique twist to any hike.

  9. How a Yellow School Bus Will Open up a New World of Adventure for New Yorkers

    New York City

    The story of how a new shuttle service—a yellow school bus to be exact—will bring New York City hikers into the interior parts of Harriman State Park.

  10. 3 Trails in New York That Will Have You Walking on Water

    New York City

    New York is home to a number of gigantic, soaring dams and even an underground, century-old aqueduct within close proximity to downtown Manhattan.

  11. 4 New York Trails Perfect for Hikers and History Buffs

    New York City

    New York has plenty to offer the hiker who moonlights as a history buff. Here, a handful of New York trails that offer solid workouts and a little historical flavor.

  12. Bicycle Sundays: Dreams Do Come True for New York City Cyclists

    New York City

    For 41 years, Westchester County Parks has worked with the city to close down the Bronx River Parkway to motor vehicles on a handful of Sundays from May through September. Their work has finally paid off.

  13. Exploring the Hudson River Estuaries in a Canoe

    New York City

    Whether searching for beaver dams or seeking a primitive vibe, there are few better ways to discover the Hudson River estuaries than in a canoe.

  14. A Paddler's Paradise: Kayaking in New York's Finger Lakes

    New York City

    Hundreds of miles of shoreline spread over 11 lakes makes kayaking in New York's Finger Lakes region a flatwater paddler's dream.