Brooklyn – Two Bridges

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Incorporating one New York’s iconic bridges is an integral part of the running experience in New York City. Brooklyn Bridge is a ‘must do’, and does a nice job of accommodating pedestrians. There are numerous ways to incorporate bridges into a route involving the East River Greenway. This nearly 4-mile run features the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges. A suggested add-on would be Brooklyn Bridge Park out to Pier 5. One note about the Brooklyn Bridge is that on the Brooklyn side, runners have to continue on the walkway a good 1/2 mile past the end of the bridge, to then run back down to the path along the river.

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