The Catskill Scenic Trail is 26 miles of a former railroad, now used for hiking,
biking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding.
Get out into the fresh air and explore the trail.
About the Trail
The 26 mile trail weaves through farm fields, along the Delaware River, and past small Catskill towns.
While the trail is 26 miles long, some access points are better than others, with parking provided.
Maintenance & Closures
From time to time, parts of the trail may be closed for upkeep and maintenance. If we close a section of the trail, you'll be the first to know.
More Ways to Explore the Trail
Towns Around the Trail
The trail passes through some incredible towns in Delaware and Schoharie County. Click through to find out what each town has to offer.
FAQ's About the Trail
Read some of the most frequently asked questions about the trail. This page will be updated often. Check back in for more information.
News, Press & More
From positive reviews in the press to updates about the trail and surrounding towns, this page will be updated regularly to keep you in the know.
What People Are Saying...
"I take my dog on the trail every single day. It is her happy place. There is nothing better than a long walk surrounded by all that beauty with your best friend."
What They Are Saying...
"I look forward to winter just so I can get out the cross country skiis and hit the Catskill Scenic Trail. Striding along the trail after a snow fall, there is just nothing better. "