Greene County NY Motorcycle Trips & Maps
Welcome to the Catskills premier motorcycling destination. Where winding mountain passes lead to scenic overlooks and as far-as-the-eye-can-see views, and where smooth routes run through charming towns, offering welcoming restaurants, shops, and easy-to-access entertainment.
For one of the best motorcycle road trips in the United States, head to the Catskills. Just two hours north of New York City, discover self-guided motorcycle tours, motorcycle camping, and rural roads that wind through one of the most scenic areas of New York State.
Find some of the best upstate New York motorcycle trips, including State Route 23, also known as the Mohican Trail, which travels past the Five State Lookout where, on a clear day, visitors can see the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Green Mountains of Vermont, the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts, and the Helderberg Mountains of New York and the Connecticut Valley.
Looking to bring your motorcycle along on an RV camping vacation? The Northern Catskills are loaded with RV parks and campgrounds conveniently located to some of the best rides in the state.
Read below to learn more about three recommended 2022 motorcycle touring routes highlighting the area's incredible scenery with smooth roadways, wide-open sweeping valleys, and mountain curves.
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The Mountain Clove Run offers one of the most breathtaking and beautiful rides through the Great Northern Catskills. This 73.3-mile route takes you into the mountains where some of the highest peaks in Greene County rise above you as you ride. Throughout the ride, you are afforded incredible views of the landscape and access to scenic vistas such as the Kaaterskill Clove.
You'll pass through quaint towns offering great places to eat and shop at antique stores and boutiques. There are gas stations in Leeds, Catskill, Palenville, Haines Falls, Hunter, Windham and Cairo in case you need to fill up.
Navigate curves and twisties that will test drive your skills on the rail and enjoy your ride!
The Emerald Isle Tour travels through the Irish settled countryside where you'll encounter smooth roads and rolling valley views. Follow Rte. 145 to East Durham, home of the Annual Irish Festival. Don't miss Gilboa Dam, Pratt Rock in Prattsville, and Windham Vineyards and Winery. Grab a bite to eat at the Inn at Leeds, Salon Steakhouse & Pub, The Shamrock House, or The Milk Run.
This 57.9-mile route offers motorcyclists the chance to experience Cochrane Road, one of the most scenic roads in Greene County. Navigate through twists and curves on Prattsville Road along the reservoir, County Route 10 and Cochrane Road. There are gas stations along the route located in Leeds, Cairo, and Durham.
This 143.2-mile motorcycle tour is one you won't want to miss - traveling throughout the Catskill Mountains the Grand Tour guides you through the mountains and wide-open valleys. Carve through the mountainsides to experience twists at elevations of 2,300 feet as you drive by babbling streams and brooks. Along the route you can expect to see it all - high peaks, rolling farmlands, and quaint communities along the creeks. Don't miss experiencing Bastion Falls, the painted village of Tannersville, and Hunter Mountain Resort. Hop off your bike and take the short hike to Kaaterskill Falls - NY's highest cascading waterfall. You won't be disappointed!
Dining options are abundant along the route in Greene County, and you'll find gas stations in Leeds, Catskill, Palenville, Haines Falls, and Hunter.
This 25-mile ride is Greene County’s newest motorcycle route. Created by the founders of the Hudson Valley Biker Network, Eddie Ramirez and Ray Zarcone, this out-and-back ride leaves from Blackthorne Resort in East Durham and travels for 25 miles along routes 10 and 20, connecting to Cornwallville and Cunningham roads. The route curves a bit like the end of a cat’s tail, according to Zarcone. For stunning vistas and smooth roads, this one is the cat’s tail and pajamas!
Routes Into Greene County