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2023-11-09T09:05:37-05:00October 7, 2023|Uncategorized|

New York City just gained a 5.5 acre beach on the Hudson River Park’s Peninsula. Opposite the Whitney Museum of Art, this site which includes a resilient rocky beach,  boardwalk, fitness area and a salt marsh seeded with oysters, is built on land instead of the acres of piers jutting ...

Islands in the River

2023-04-25T07:31:19-05:00April 22, 2023|Uncategorized|

You have walked the Great Saunter, the 32-33 mile perimeter of Manhattan seeing parts of NY rarely if ever seen by New Yorkers and then returned to visit its major waterside sites such as the Intrepid Sea Air and Space Museum, the High Line and Little Island. Now let's take ...

Great Saunter Fall Challenge 2022

2022-11-10T02:41:53-05:00October 15, 2022|Iconic Walks, Hike Report|

Four hundred twenty-five people took part in the Great Saunter Challenge 2022, including participants from 32 states, Canada and the United Kingdon.  Twenty Shorewalkers hike leaders led 18 hikes in the 16-day challenge. Below are some of the images that were shared with Shorewalkers.   Top row from left: Joseph ...

Walking With Shorewalkers: The Videos

2022-03-14T11:12:31-05:00January 29, 2022|videos, Hike Report|

We want to thank the many people who published their videos taken on walks with Shorewalkers which we are re-posting. Have a video you would like to share?  Email us at mail@shorewalkers.org, and include the link to your video. Great Saunter Great Saunter 2014 The Walks Kissina Park in Autumn ...

City on the Edge of Forever

2022-02-12T13:29:10-05:00March 15, 2020|Hike Report, Articles|

Hike Report: City on the Edge of Forever To celebrate the 55th anniversary of New York City’s Landmark Preservation Law the 15 participants were brought into New York of the past in this 5-mile walk.  We visited three types of sites: former communities, residences of the gilded age, and ...

The Sisyphus Stone

2021-11-25T11:34:25-05:00November 6, 2018|Articles|

  Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_SpwUs7b9U&t=9s One of the joys of walking or biking on this Island of Manhattan is coming across art in unexpected places.  Just south of the George Washington Bridge, built in the river are stones stacked precariously on top of one another, each in the shape of a human ...

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