1. Bronx River Parkway: This parkway features a paved bike path that is closed to all traffic on Sundays from May to October. The path stretches for 13.1 miles from White Plains to Yonkers, and provides stunning views of the Bronx River.

2. North County Trailway: This paved trail runs for 22.1 miles from Elmsford to Putnam County, and offers scenic views of forests, streams, and lakes. It is also suitable for walkers, joggers, and rollerbladers.

3. South County Trailway: This paved trail covers 14.1 miles from Yonkers to Mount Pleasant, passing through parks, woodlands, and wetlands. It is also accessible to wheelchairs and strollers.

4. Rockefeller State Park Preserve: This 1,233-acre preserve in Sleepy Hollow offers eight miles of carriage roads that are open for biking, hiking, and horseback riding. The roads are surrounded by woodlands, meadows, and streams, and offer picturesque views of the Hudson River.

5. Marshlands Conservancy: Located in Rye, this 147-acre preserve contains a network of trails that are suitable for biking, hiking, and bird-watching. The trails wind through woodlands, wetlands, and salt marshes, and offer panoramic views of the Long Island Sound.

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