Greenwich

  • Dix Bridge travelling from Greenwich to Hudson Crossing Park Northumberland on the way to Schuylerville

“The Town of Greenwich is situated in the southwestern part of Washington County in upstate New York.  It is bounded on the west by the Hudson River, on the south and east by the Batten Kill and on the north by the towns of Argyle and Fort Edward…” Read More about Greenwich’s rich and layered story.

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Champlain Canal Trail

The Champlain Canalway Trail (CCT) crosses the Dix Bridge, a restored structure on the State and National Register of Historic Places. The bridge provides passage over the Hudson River linking the pedestrian, bicycle and snowmobile trails of Washington and Saratoga counties. The CCT follows Route 113 north to State Route 4. The trail crossed State Route 4 and continues onto River Road – a low-use, scenic, riverside road that brings the traveller Champlain Canal Lock 6 in the Hamlet of Fort Miller in the Town of Fort Edward.

Empire State Trail

The EST will follow the path of the CCT through the Town of Greenwich.

Hudson River/Champlain Canal Access Points

  • Lock C-5 Park Public Docks
  • Hudson Crossing Park Kayak Launch

Sites To Visit

Local Business (listings greater than a mile from the trail in bold)

Food

Lodging

  • Check Air B&B & VRBO for listings
  • Motels/Bed/Breakfasts/Inns in Washington County
  • Hotels in Glens Falls, South Glens Falls, Queensbury, Lake George, Saratoga, Ticonderoga +5 to 10 miles from Champlain Canalway Trail on/off trail rural/urban

Retail/Culture/Activity/Amenity

Connector Trails

 Village of Greenwich 6 miles from Dix Bridge via Hogsback//Old Schuylerville/Village Streets… Greenwich Commercial Area – 5 miles via Clarks Mill Rd & Rte 40 (40 high traffic)