Main entrance is on Rt 52/Chestnut St. near the intersection of West St.
Trail Markers Description
on the Rt 52/ Chestnut Street entrance there is a large painted "village" style sign which says Liberty Rail Trail
Owned by Town of Liberty, maintained by LibertyBikeTrails.org
There is ample parking at the Chestnut St entrance, a parking area at the intersection of State and Hill St., and parking on Carrier St by the intersection with Upper Ferndale Rd.
There are 3 different sections to this trail, each with a different atmosphere. At the northern end (Chestnut St. entrance) you pass by the old stone bridge abutments. In the middle, it passes through a commercial section of town, part of which contains structures from the railroad era. At the southern end, the trail is very wooded, at the terminus, you can look out over the pass where a tall bridge would have been, and you can still see some of the old concrete pylons that supported the bridge.
As of winter 2011, trail was clear of major debris, flat and dry.
Last updated on 11/30/2011.
We’ve partnered with the Sullivan County Visitors Association to bring you detailed information about everything you need. Food and restaurants, lodging and camping, attractions, activities, clothing and equipment retailers for outdoor recreation, transportation options and more, right at your fingertips.