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BC from Cornwall ny on 9/20/2020 6:34:53 PM:
Cohoes to Schenectady on the Erie Canal rail trail. Does anyone have comments about this part of the trail? I’m going to ride it this week.

 
Yankee John from Vermont and Rexford,NY on 9/20/2020 10:09:11 PM:
It is a nice ride, make sure you check out the observation deck at the Cohoes Falls, the trail does not go past the falls. There is a significant problem when you are almost to Schenectady. After you pass Anthony drive the trail is closed for installation of a large sewer or water pipe. Turn right on Anthony drive and then left at the sewer plant on Technology drive. When I rode it 2 weeks ago I went past Anthony drive a little farther and then walked through the grass strip to the parking lots adjoining Technology drive which continues to Maxon Road. The continuation of the trail is also closed from Maxon road into Schenectady. If you turn right on Maxon Road you will cross the tracks and come to an underpass of Freeman's bridge that connects to new trail from the new Casino to the Stockade district. Then you can make your way into Schenectady from the Stockade. Freeman's Bridge is also under construction and there is construction equipment everywhere, so the underpass is unmarked and might be difficult to pick out. It was open two weeks ago and I rode through without having to walk my bike.