Name:            Trestle Trail
     County:          Queens
     Ownership:       Municipality of Liverpool 354-5741
     Trail Length:    1.2 km or Extended route of 3.1 km
     Season:          Year round


     Emergency:	      911


Take exit 19 on Hwy 103 to Liverpool. Just prior to reaching Hwy 3 in Liverpool, 
parking will be on the right-hand side of the road. Trailhead is directly off of 
Hwy 3 beside the Irving Gas Station. 


     Walking:             Y             Hiking:	         Y         
     Mountain Biking:     Y             XCountry Ski:    N
     ATV:                 N             Horse:           N
     Snowmobile:          N             Coastal:         N
     Loop:                N             Wheelchair:      N
     Wheelchair Assisted: N 


The trail is a beautiful community walking trail that stretches just over 1 km (or up
to 3.1 km) in length. A former section of rail line, the Tressle Trail goes alongside 
and then across the Mersey River in Liverpool. The surface is well packed, and the tread 
is very wide. When crossing the river along the refinished Tressle bridge, note the
wonderful views and interpretive signage detailing the history and importance of the 
rail line to Liverpool. 

The trail is open year round for hiking, walking, and cycling. Trail users are 
encouraged to complete the entire loop of Liverpool Harbour, by continuing along
Main Street after crossing the train bridge.  Follow Main Street until Henry Hensey 
Drive, turn left along the waterfront.  When up reach the Blue Bridge, past the 
liverpool VIC, turn left on Bristol and follow the route until you meet the entrance
again by the Irving. This extended route total 3.1 kilometers. 

Note:  Trail Description is from TrailPAQ.