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The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway is a spectacular pathway on the western shore of the Hudson River in New Jersey.  The state has planned the Walkway to exist immediately adjacent to the river in a continuously connected 30 foot wide path from the tip of Bayonne to the George Washington Bridge.  The Walkway provides free access 24/7 for the enjoyment of the general public.

The Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy is the organization dedicated to monitoring the completion and consistent maintenance and upkeep of the 18.5 linear mile plan.  Among its goals are the preservation of the scenic values afforded by the walkway and the implementation of the State rules and regulations concerning the development and use of the Walkway.

 


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Length: 18.5 linear miles

Municipalities through which walkway runs: 9

Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Weehawken, West New York, Guttenberg, North Bergen, Edgewater, Fort Lee

Counties: Hudson and Bergen

Uses: Walking, jogging, biking. fishing, boat or kayak launching, access to Mass transit

Perpendicular Access:

10-20 foot wide lanes from the nearest street/road parallel to the walkway

 

Due to the Corona Virus outbreak, the Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy will defer all 2020 Walk the Walkway walks indefinitely. 

The Walkway remains open with these exceptions:

Closed: The park between North Bergen and Guttenberg
Closed: The Weehawken Park
(You must walk out onto the roadway, past the park to rejoin the Walkway at the next perpendicular access.  See Walkway Map)

Enjoy and stay safe!

See Walkway Usage during COVID-19.

The Conservancy brought lawsuit against Admiral's walk

Press Release

Who is responsible for fixing the Walkway?  Read NorthJersey.com's article on it.  It is a good read even if it's from 2018.

HRWC president testified at Edgewater Planning Board meeting and Jersey City Council meetings.  See Our Opinion.

Over two very hot and humid days during the summer of 2019, Mr. Jim Beckerman, reporter for New Jersey Record, walked most of the 18 miles of the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway with Mr. Don Stitzenberg, President of the Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy (HRWC).  Read Mr. Beckerman's report and watch the videoVideo is on the top and it will display after Ads run. :(

There is no walkway between Citi Place and I-Park in Edgewater. A Superfund site called Quanta Resources is being remediated before development and walkway can be built.

April 2020 update. June 2019 update.

 

 

 

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