Friends of the Hudson Trail

Bob Jessen started this project to build a new long trail on the east side of the Hudson River to match the Long Path of New York. Bob is retired, living in Mount Kisco, a United States Chess Federation Master, and has two three great grand children.
Bob on the Croton Aqueduct

Elizabeth Baecher is a Life Master at Bridge, but still finds time to dig up bottles.
Elizabeth at McKeel’s Corners

Jeanine Meyer is a professor in mathematics/computer science and new media at Purchase College. She operates at the walking end of the walking, hiking, climbing spectrum, but enjoys digging in the mud for wild onions.

Jeanine showing Croton Valley ramps

Everyone who has worked with us or expressed interest in doing so, please send a picture and information so we can add you to this page.  Everyone is welcome.

2 Responses to “Friends of the Hudson Trail”

  1. John Bauer Says:

    My fiiend and I are interested in hiking the lower parts of the trail. Do you head any group hikes or have maps?

  2. Katharine gates Says:

    Please note that all-volunteer organization The Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct has a website and a detailed map of the OCA. Please visit.

    – Katharine Gates
    web outreach

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