Gil Hales & Mike Harkavy Enjoying a Ride
Photo by Joy Moore.

Bike Routes

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Saugerties is renowned for its scenic beauty and rich heritage. We have well-maintained country roads that are typically low on traffic (but not always ... be careful out there).  This allows bicyclists easy access to the Hudson River, Esopus Creek, serene marshlands, and outstanding views of the Catskill Mountains.

Through the hard work and dedication of Gil Hales and Mike Harkavy, there is a flyer available of Saugerties Schenic/Historic Bike Routes. You can pick one up at either the Saugerties Town Hall (4 High Street) or the Saugerties Village Offices (43 Partition Street). Or, if that's not convenient for you, you can download and print the 4 panels (PDF files) that make up the flyer, under "Documents" below.


Also in the "Documents" section is a map showing where bike racks are located.

And under "Images" below, you can see a sampling of the many scenes you'll encounter on a ride along the Saugerties Bike Routes.

Cover page panel.
Bike Route Flyer (2 of 4) (PDF - 1011.1 KB)
Bike Route A.
Map of Routes B and C.
Information about Routes B and C.
This is a 1-page map of where you can park and chain your bike while you tour around Saugerties.
Red Barn on Blue Mt. Road
Benches along Esopus Creek
Beautiful View - Fields, Trees, Mountains
Statue at American Legion Lamouree-Hackett Post 72
Welcome to Saugerties
Katsbaan Church
Saugerties Village Reservoir
Malden Beach
The Mill - Beautifully Restored for Sr. Housing