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February 14, 2022

Walkway’s Waldstein to Step Down After 12 Years

Remarkable Period of Growth for Walkway State Historic Park FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Maria DiSalvo, Communications Director, 845-454-9649 Ext. 101, mdisalvo@walkway.org  Walkway’s Waldstein to Step Down After 12 […]
April 7, 2022

“One Million BC To Last Week” – A Short Film About The History of the Walkway

In celebration of April Fool’s Day, The Walkway Over the Hudson presents “One Million BC – Last Week,” a Monty-Python-esque look at the history of the […]
April 12, 2022

Times Union: Five Things To Know About Walkway Over the Hudson

Written by Cloey Callahan, Times Union March 19, 2022 Unused for 35 years, a former railroad bridge was transformed into a pedestrian and cycling path now […]
April 13, 2022

Highland, N.Y.: A Small Community With a ‘Feel-Good’ Spirit

Like other areas outside the city, this Ulster County hamlet got a boost from buyers during the pandemic. But some of the homes there are still […]
July 9, 2022

Lonely Planet Names Walkway Among Top Free Things To Do In New York

By Rachel Chang / Lonely Planet While New York City tends to live up to its pricey reputation, things vary drastically outside the five boroughs. There are […]
July 21, 2022

When Temperatures Rise, The Walkway May Be Unsafe For Your Pets

When the “feels like” temperature in the Hudson Valley exceeds 90 degrees, the Walkway may be unsafe for your pets. The concrete can burn their paws. […]
July 26, 2022

Youth-Created Public Art Mural Unveiled at Walkway Over The Hudson

The latest public art mural created by Hudson Valley youth was completed last week by The Art Effect’s National Art Honor Society Chapter #2242 on the […]