Brought to you by Hudson Crossing Park, in partnership with the Champlain Canalway Trail
6th Annual Champlain Canalway Trail
Annual Bicycle Ride
Sunday August 20, 2017
Start time: 9:00 am - Return Time: 4:00 pm
The ride will begin at Hudson Crossing Park in Schuylerville, NY and continue along the Canalway Trail and Feeder
Canal Trail to Glens Falls, NY before returning to the starting point. The day-long tour offers four options; a 30-mile
ride and a 50-mile ride, with or without a canal cruise aboard Mohawk Maiden Cruises. This recreational tour will
include multiple stops at destinations of cultural and historical significance.
The tour route is easy with only moderate climbs for beginner to experienced cyclists. The pace is set by the cyclists
and will include stops in Fort Miller, Fort Edward, Hudson Falls and Glens Falls.
The tour includes lunch along the trail from Forged restaurant in Hudson Falls and
the first 50 registrants will be provided a t-shirt.
Champlain Canalway Trail Bike and Boat Tour 25 or 45 miles 9:00 AM $60
Take the 25-mile or the 45-mile tour with a cruise along Mohawk Maiden Cruises. Lunch is
included in the cost. T-shirt to first 50 participants.
Champlain Canalway Trail Annual Ride (30-mile Bike Only) 30 miles 9:00 AM $35
Thirty-mile bicycle tour (no cruise) starting at Hudson Crossing Park and looping around
through Hudson Falls. Lunch is included. T-shirt for first 50 participants.
Champlain Canalway Trail Annual Ride (50-mile) 50 miles 9:00 AM $35
50-mile recreational tour, no boat option, with few stops. Lunch is included. T-shirts for first
Register now by TAPPING HERE.
• Check-in begins at Hudson Crossing Park 8:30AM.
• Expected return time is approximately 4PM.
• The cost is $35 for bike-only or $60 for the bike tour plus canal cruise.
• Helmets and pre-registration are required.
•or more information, please contact Drew Alberti at email@example.com.
The Champlain Canalway Trail Working Group, is a collaborative of volunteer trail-building organizations
and municipalities, organizes a ride every year during Canal Splash! weekends to highlight completed sections of
the 60-mile trail being constructed between Waterford and Whitehall, NY.