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Thirty Years of the Great Saunter 2015

2022-05-03T22:06:24-05:00August 13, 2015|Great Saunter|

A brief history of the Shorewalkers by Cy Adler Since 1982, Shorewalkers has been a leading advocate of environmental and other quality-of-life projects in the New York City Metropolitan Region, emphasizing the opening to the public of waterfront property. Shorewalkers’ first hike took place Sunday, December 12, 1982 along the ...

Pete Seeger: A Shorewalker Along Many Rivers

2022-01-13T13:55:21-05:00January 12, 2014|Cy Adler, Articles|

Pete was a great shorewalker and a friend. He told me about his long mileage walking experience as a teenager. We started walking, talking, and writing to each other in the 1960’s. We walked the Hudson together.  When he joined the Shorewalkers as a Life Member he donated over $500. ...

Harlem River Valley Map/Guide

2021-11-11T12:30:41-05:00October 11, 2011|Advocacy, Articles|

Shorewalkers published a map and guide to the Harlem River Valley.  This four-color map/guide displays the many attractions along the six-mile stretch of the Harlem River.  It features a trail, charted by Shorewalkers, that takes the walker under and over the spectacular bridges spanning the River and to the many cultural, ...

Walking by Waters 2011

2021-12-04T14:22:49-05:00August 4, 2011|Cy Adler, Articles|

WALKING BY WATERS is a collection of mostly urban, waterfront, color photos taken from 1984 to 2010, mainly of shore areas most New Yorkers know nothing about. These extraordinary photos were snapped mainly by Cy Adler, founder of Shorewalkers, Inc. The book is dedicated to all the Shorewalkers who have ...


2021-11-30T15:51:38-05:00February 12, 2011|Advocacy, Articles|

BEGINNINGS: PIONEERING WALKS ALONG A CHANGING URBAN WATERFRONT The Shorewalkers was formed in 1982 after a few curious New Yorkers set out to explore the waterfronts and shorelines in the greater New York Metropolitan region. In the 1980s, large sections of the shoreline were inaccessible, and several piers were inhabited ...

Batt 2 Bear

2021-11-30T15:42:28-05:00February 12, 2011|Iconic Walks|

THE BATT TO BEAR TRAIL, from the Battery to Bear Mountain connects New York and New Jersey communities to scenic wilderness 50 miles to the north. This new winding pathway along the “queen of rivers” flows through varied urban, geological and ecological regions. Scouted by the Shorewalkers since 1984, the ...

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