The Rambles, from what I understand, has gone through reconstruction. We found it to be a very peaceful and pleasant area to walk.
This is a very well landscaped area of Central Park with clean and tidy looking pathways and bridges. The woodlands and plants are well maintained and it really is a pleasure to walk through The rambles in Central Park and is worth seeking out.
The Ramble is an area of Central Park that is located between 74th and 78th Sts in the very center of the park. It has undergone considerable restoration with paths rebuilt and wooden bridges reconstructed as they were in the mid-1800s. Charming and safe, with...More
The Ramble refers to the area of Central Park between The Lake around 73rd Street and Shakespeare Garden and Belveder Castle at 79th Street. This is a area of Central Park where you'll find footpaths winding through wooded area. You'll pass nice bedrock formations, streams,...More
The Ramble is probably my favourite part of Central Park. The layout of the paths through the trees hides the fact that you're so close to so many other people.