The High Line at High Line Park in New York, New York is an easy 1.6-mile one-way trail that follows an old railroad bridge that connects W 30th St to Gansevoort St in Manhattan and has several intermediate connecting points where walkers can exit-only. As of Summer 2021 free registration is required before entering due to COVID-19 restrictions - please see the official website for how to register.
This recording begins at W 30th Street and heads south to experience the north-to-south walk along the High Line. For the most part, the High Line is a scenic way to view this section of Manhattan completely for free. There are countless benches and resting points along the trail. Closer to the southern end is an area with food and drink vendors as well. Along the side of the trail are garden beds that are full of plants, flowers, and trees that are native to New York state.
The trail is an easy walk from end-to-end; however, it's very popular and usually crowded most of the time.
Dogs are not allowed at the High Line, so please leave your furry friend(s) at home.
If parking is needed, parking can be found in various nearby parking garages or streets where applicable.
The entire High Line is wheelchair accessible, hence the Universal Access trail type. Please see the official website for more information.