Bronx River Tibbets Brook Walk:  Bronx to White Plains

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Bronx River Tibbets Brook Walk: Bronx to White Plains

Explore with us the Bronx River Reservation, a picturesque backdrop along this paved trail adjacent to the Bronx River Parkway.


When and where

Date and time

Saturday, October 28 · 9am - 2pm EDT


Broadway & West 242nd Street Burger King Bronx, NY 10471

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About this event

  • 5 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Start: Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx

Finish: White Plains, NY

Distance: 14.5mi

Where to find us: near the park’s public restrooms across the street from Burger King

Optional endpoints: Train stations at Bronxville: 6.2mi, Tuckahoe: 7, Crestwood: 8, Scarsdale:10.7, White Plains 14.5

Mini: Van Cortlandt Park to Bronxville (6.2mi)

Transit: #1 subway to 242nd St

Return: Metro-North Railroad’s Harlem Line from White Plains to Grand Central Station

Difficulty: Average

Category: nature, urban, scenic

Coordinator: Ken Kurland

Highlights: Van Cortlandt Park, Putnam Greenway, Yonkers, South County Trailway, Tibbetts Brook Park, Bronx River Greenway, Scarsdale, White Plains

Walk 14.5 miles of beautiful trail starting in the Bronx and ending at White Plains. A great opportunity to challenge yourself with options to shorten the mileage and catch a train back to the Grand Central Station at several points.

Transportation to the Start: Subway Line #1 to Van Cortlandt Park-242 St. (Last Stop) The exit is at the front of the train. After the turnstiles, turn right and then take the stairs to your left. You will be on Broadway. A few steps ahead of you, there will be a bus stop. We will be after the bus stop - near the Park’s public restrooms (across the street from a Burger King).

Some of the train stations close the Bronx River Pathway: Metro-North Railroad's Harlem Line: Bronxville at mile 6.2; Tuckahoe at mile 7; Crestwood at mile 8; Scarsdale at mile 10.7; White Plains 14.5

About the organizer

Organized by

FreeWalkers is a non-profit 501(c)3 social organization and network for individuals interested in participating in distance walking events. Our group is free and open to everyone. We encourage each member to accomplish challenging goals as we work together, experience, and promote pro-pedestrian issues. Paricipants accept responsibity for themselves on the walk.