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The walkway covers 18.5 linear miles from Bayonne to the George Washington Bridge.  The Walkway design is governed by a set of standards and can be found under  Reference Documents.

Walkway Color code:

  • walkway completed - thick green line
  • walkway under construction - narrow green
  • walkway planned -  gold (gold)
  • alternate route - blue
  • industrial waterfront (no access) - red

We are using Google Maps as the platform for tracing the walkway.

Please note that The Hudson River Waterfront Conservancy is not responsible for any comments or pictures posted on Google Maps.

Interactive map Last updated 5/6/2017

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The Walkway (WW) map was updated on May 6, 2017 to reflect small changes in Bayonne's MOTBY; Jersey City's Morris Canal Basin, Colgate Clock & Exchange Place; North Bergen's Roc Harbor; and Edgewater's IPark.

Past updates:

  • The Walkway (WW) map was updated on Sep. 2016 to reflect the following:
    • The WW at Veterans Field Park, Edgewater is completed.
    • The removal of the Hess oil tanks & its redevelopment in Edgewater changed "no access" to "planned".
    • Edgewater has completed a section of the WW at I-PARK, south of Main Street.
    • The WW connecting North Bergen & Guttenberg is completed.
    • Two sections in Jersey City by the Colgate Clock changed to "completed".
    • The WW at the western end of the Morris Canal by Liberty State Park is now completed to the footbridge.
    • Along the Navy Pier in Bayonne, one short segment is completed and segments are "planned" to its east and west.
  • The Walkway map was updated in 2013 to show minor changes and corrections in Edgewater's I-PARK Development, City Place/Promenade and Veterans Field Park.
  • The Walkway map was updated on 6/6/12 to reflect completion of additional segments of the Walkway, including Weehawken Cove connecting Weehawken and Hoboken, Steven’s Institute in Hoboken and the Moorings condominiums in Edgewater.  With these latest completions it is now possible to walk or bike from Goldman Sachs in Jersey City to the northern end of North Bergen, over seven miles.  Several additional segments are under construction including The North Bergen/Guttenberg Park, Veteran’s Park in Jersey City, Veteran’s Park in Edgewater and I-Park in Edgewater(the old Unilever Research property).  The Goal of a continuous Walkway from the Bayonne Bridge to the George Washington Bridge gets closer every year.

Print map in PDF format, created in 2018 - from Fort Lee to Weehawken (5M) and from Hoboken to Bayonne (5M)

A description of the walkway from Exchange Place in Jersey City to The George Washington Bridge.

Walkway gaps - Posted 3/18/20

Technically, the Hudson River Walkway can be accessed anywhere along its 18 mile length.


But some places are easier than others — and there is also the issue of parking. For the uninitiated, here are a couple of easy access points.

♦Edgewater Commons Shopping Center. Address: 555 New River Road, Edgewater.

♦Edgewater Harbor Shopping Center. Address: 15 Somerset Lane, Edgewater. Walk south along the newest area of the walkway.

♦Port Imperial, Weehawken. Address: 4800 Ave at Port Imperial, Weehawken. This is about mid-point on the route; walk south to the Weehawken 9/11 memorial.

♦River Street, Hoboken. Address: 333 River Street, Hoboken. Visit the parks on Pier A and C; walk south on the walkway through Hoboken Train Station into Jersey City.

♦Exchange Place, Jersey City. Address: 10 Exchange Place, Jersey City. Best place to view the World Trade Center, also a short distance south to Veteran's Park and the Colgate Clock.

♦Liberty State Park, Jersey City. Address: 200 Morris Pesin Drive, Jersey City, This it the place to see the New Jersey 9/11 Memorial, the Liberty Science Center, and get good views of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island.


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