The trailhead is situated near the kayak/canoe storage area off of County Route 1, six miles south of Andes.
Andes Town Supervisor Martin Donnelly praised Roberti for being the driving force behind the new trail, which is set to make its public debut on Aug. 30.
“She’s done so much work, and she’s done so much work, she really deserves a lot of credit,” Donnelly said. “We know from the Andes Rail Trail, which just had it’s one-year anniversary, that people come and they walk these trails. That trail is used every single day by many people. This new trail was really a good thought, and not only did Ann think of it, she physically worked on it with other volunteers.”