Glens Falls Brewfest and Taps & Apps are about much more than beer. It is about making the community a better place. All proceeds benefit Adirondack Theatre Festival and Feeder Canal Alliance. These events have contributed over $200,000 to the community.
While most of the Feeder Canal Towpath Trail is open, there is a small section that will be temporarily closed from the crosswalk on Rt 32 near Lehigh Cement to Warren Street, Hudson Falls through September 2023. The detour will take you on Boulevard Avenue.
A pedestrian bridge will be built over the Feeder Canal at Murray St. and a new bridge will be built to connect the trail to Water St. Detours will be posted on the trail.
E-BIKE POLICY: According to New York State Canal Corporation, Class 1 and 2 E-Bikes are allowed on the Feeder Canal Towpath Trail
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The Glens Falls Feeder Canal Towpath is a nine mile trail suitable for walking, running or biking from the Feeder Dam in Queensbury to Mullen Park in Fort Edward.Learn More
The Feeder Canal is suitable for canoeing or kayaking for five miles from the beginning of the Canal at Feeder Dam in Queensbury to the takeout at Martindale Boat Basin on Martindale Avenue in Hudson Falls.Learn More
The Southern Adirondack Audubon Society would like to encourage you to get out there and start looking for and observing birds. They specifically list the Towpath Road in Kingsbury as a great site to look for birds.Learn More
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P.O. Box 2414
Glens Falls, NY 12801-6414
Feeder Canal Alliance is dedicated to the preservation of the nature and history of our Canal. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact us with the information above or using our contact form.