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Inwood Hill Park

Inwood Hill Park is the only natural forest left on Manhattan. Walking through the 196.4 acres park today, tree roots tear into asphalt paths. Lamp posts are covered by climbing vines until they seem more a part of the scenery than a piece infrastructure. 217 more words


Inwood Hill Park, Crown Jewel of Manhattan

Sitting atop Manhattan where the Hudson River meets the Spuyten Duyvil Creek and the Henry Hudson Bridge carries travelers upstate and out of the city is Inwood Hill Park. 94 more words


Manhattan Island from Bottom to Top; Walking as Exercise

In the spirit of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, I will begin with the conclusion, followed by evidence to prove my point.

Walking is a naturally beneficial form of exercise habitual since human origins. 993 more words

Roger W. Smith

Recycleday Video

Recycleday Morning, an organization I’ve volunteered with for clean-ups of Inwood Hill Park, sent out an email celebrating the release of their Earth Day video. 47 more words



Het meest noordelijke stuk van Manhattan, ten noorden van Harlem, staat zelden op het verlanglijstje van toeristen. Toch zijn er zeer aangename en pittoreske stukken. Er zijn twee prachtige parken met adembenemende uitzichten op de Hudson en de George Washington-brug. 533 more words


Writing Our Lives in the Park

We’re taking it to the woods, familia.

When? June 10th, 2017, 11am-3pm

Where? Inwood Hill Park, 207th Street and Seaman Avenue (on Manhattan Island)

Price? $35… 300 more words