Spring is the perfect season. I mean, just think about it—not too cold, not too hot and we finally have more precious hours of sunlight. The best thing about spring—besides finally ditching a few winter layers, that is: People are spending more time in the great outdoors. One place I like to visit during this temperate time is The High Line, an elevated freight rail line, turned public park, that snakes from Manhattan’s W. 30th St. south to Gansevoort St. in the Meatpacking District. All in all, the walk is a mile stretch and along the way visitors can enjoy bird’s-eye views of the west side and the Hudson River, as well as art installations and more than 300 species of perennials, grasses, shrubs and trees. If you get hungry, food vendors dot the path and there’s even an open-air café, Terroir at The Porch, with beer, wine and small plates. In the spring, The High Line is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.