The Windham Path
The Windham Path is a trail designed to connect the residential, business and activity centers of Windham, Hensonville and Maplecrest along the Batavia Kill corridor. The path is being constructed over several phases and provides a means to safely and easily recreate and travel by bicycle or foot in the summer and cross country ski or snowshoe in the winter. The Windham Path is an extremely popular leisurely bicycling and walking path suitable for all ages.
The first phase of the Windham Path is a 1.5 mile loop accessed by a parking area on Route 23 and the second phase is a ½ mile section that connects the business area of South Street and Route 296 to the first phase loop. The Windham Path provides the only public access to the Batavia Kill stream in Windham and meanders through meadows and woodlands and across bridges providing fantastic views of the Great Northern Catskills. Make a point to take a break during your ride or walk to enjoy the gem of the Windham Path, the magnificent and picturesque covered bridge that spans the Batavia Kill stream.