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    The Outdoor Store

    Bicycle rentals, sales, and service, as well as a wide variety of camping and outerwear. Open 7 days a week. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=76]

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    The Livingston Zam: Avon, NY

    The Zam takes you through the Genesee River Valley and circles the area that was once known as the bread basket of our nation. Rich, fertile farmlands, scenic vistas and historical attractions dot this impressive route. Add to favorites

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    Seneca Lake State Park

    Seneca Lake State Park overlooks blue water, creating a relaxing experience for swimmers and picnickers. Children will be especially delighted with our Sprayground and Playground facilities. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=184]

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    Sampson State Park

    Encompassing just over 2000 acres on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake, Sampson State Park features camping and boating as the primary recreational activities. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=186]

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    RV&E Bike and Skate

    Get started on your bicycling adventure in the Finger Lakes with specialized road and mountain bike rentals and sales. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=99]

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    Orchard Outing

    More apple trees than you will ever see in one place. That’s the beauty of this tour during any season. Traveling the “Ridge” of the southern shoreline of an ancient lake is a trip into history that takes cyclists through small villages and past bountiful orchards. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=205]

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    Onondaga Lake Park

    Referred to affectionately as “the Central Park of Central New York”, Onondaga Lake Park serves over a million visitors each year and provides a plethora of recreational opportunities.  The park features over 2.5 miles of paved lake front walking trails, as well as a separate recreational trail for rollerblading and biking (adventure seekers can rent […]

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    Old River Road Trail

    Enjoy multi-modal facility two-way bikes, one way traffic west, rollerblading, strolling along newly paved and reconfigured scenic road following Chemung River west out of Waverly, south of RR tracks on Rt. 220. turn west. Exit 60, Rt. 17, park on Broad Street. Six (6) miles, Waverly to Chemung. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=140]

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    Mural Trail Tour

    This relaxing ride consists of visits to two canalside villages and 6 murals. Enjoy our peaceful countryside and canalside parks, AbbeyPark in Lyons on Water St and T. Spencer Knight Park in Newark at the end of Van Buren St. Don’t forget your camera! Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=204]

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    Montezuma Aqueduct Park

    This 140-acre park along the Seneca River/NYS Barge Canal is part of the eastern portion of the Seneca River Crossing Canal Historic District and is designated on the National Register of Historic Places.  Several nature walking trails meander through the natural and man-made landscape which includes the magnificent Richmond Aqueduct, the second largest aqueduct on […]

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    Lackawanna Rail Trail, Elmira

    Multi-use 2.5-mile trail that stretches from Eldridge Park at Clemens Center Parkway to E. Water Street near Judson St. 15-ft wide on mostly flat terrain. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=118]

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    Keuka Outlet Trail

    The strip of land you will be hiking, biking, skiing, snowshoeing or hourseback riding from Seneca Lake to Keuka Lake is steeped in history. Along its banks are remnants of the many mills that once harnessed the waterpower. Terrain: Gradual slope. From Dresden to Penn Yan, 7 miles. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=155]

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    Ironman 70.3 Syracuse

    With a professional prize purse of $50,000 and 40 age-group qualifying slots for the Ironman World Championships, the 70.3 Syracuse attracts competitors from around the globe; it’s the perfect race to qualify for other Triathlons..  The  Regional Ironman TriClub Championship race takes place in early-summer and winds through picturesque rolling countryside along the Jamesville Reservoir The race beginnings […]

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    Hojack Trail

    This off-road, multi-use trail extends through the Town of Sterling along an abandoned railroad bed. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=27]

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    Hemlock Lake Loop: Hemlock, NY

    It’s you, your bike and your peace of mind. This route loops around the finger lake that has remained untouched by development. A sometimes steep and always rural ride that take you onto paved back roads overlooking miles of vista high above Hemlock Lake. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=133]

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    Green Lakes State Park

    Home to not one, but two of the world’s rare metamorphic lakes, Green Lakes State Park is a great place to spend time outdoors. The 1,955 acre park is home to a Robert Trent Jones golf course, ten miles of trails, camp ground, and public swimming area.  Paddling is also offered during the summer months.  Only 12 miles from […]

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    Geneva Bicycle Shop

    Offers a variety of road, touring, triathlon, mountain, hybrid, BMX and tandem bikes for purchase and rental. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=100]

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    Genesee Valley Park

    Genesee Valley Park is a Fredrick Law Olmsted designed park that is dominated by three intersecting waterways, Red Creek, the Genesee River and the New York State Barge Canal. This pristine park offers seven open air shelters for rental. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=161]

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    Frontenac Park

    Frontenac Park is a twenty-seven acre municipal park located along the northeast shore of Cayuga Lake. The park has two picnic pavilions and a gazebo available for reservation for your special event. The park has a playground, boat launch, swimming, picnic facilities, soccer field, baseball diamond, and basketball court.  Park is open from sun-up to […]

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    Fair Haven Beach State Park

    823 acres on Lake Ontario with camping, swimming, hiking, fishing, 18-hole golf course nearby, and boating available. Winter activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ice fishing.  Swimming hours 11AM to 7PM daily until Labor Day.  Diving Channel will be open August 31, September 1, and September 2.

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    Erie Canalway/Jordan Level Trail

    Riders can travel along the Erie Canal towpath for 5 miles, from Jordan to Memphis at this Onondaga County Park.  The trail can be accessed from: Sims Store in Camillus, the Village Park in Jordan, Laird Road, and McDonald Road. Parking is available. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=58]

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    Ellison Park

    At 447 acres, Ellison Park has the beauty of natural woodlands combined with steep slopes and the level flood plain of the Irondequoit Creek. There are two designated sledding hills located in Ellison Park. A Canoe Launch located by the Circle Shelter allows you to canoe in Irondequoit Creek, fishing is allowed. Ellison Park has […]

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    Cayuga-Seneca Canal Trail

    You can find access points for the hiking, biking and running trail throughout the area between Geneva and Seneca Falls. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=188]

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    Cayuga Waterfront Trail

    Connecting the community to the waterfront, offering bicyclists of all ages and abilities majestic views of Ithaca and Cayuga Lake. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=77]

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    Catharine Valley Trail Seneca Harbor

    Scenic 10.6 mile crushed stone trail from Watkins Glen to Millport. Cross country skiing with sufficient snow cover. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=238]

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    Catharine Valley Trail

    Six miles of glacier-carved, multi-use trails through the Seneca Lake Valley connecting Watkins Glen and Millport. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=37]

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    Casey Park

    44-acre sports complex offering swimming & wading pools, soccer and softball fields, basketball and tennis courts, bike and fitness trails. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=8]

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    Camillus Erie Canal Park

    A perfect setting for a leisurely stroll or an evening dinner cruise, Camillus Erie Canal Park is a wonderful place to spend time outdoors.  The beautifully wooded 400-acre park includes a restored section of the canal, 10 miles of scenic wooded paths, a museum, boat rides and two picnic areas.   Museum hours: Saturday, 12–4 PM year-round. […]

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    Bon Ton Roulet

    The Bon Ton Roulet is a weeklong recreational ride through the Finger Lakes region. Visit their website for information. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=221]

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    Bluff Point, Keuka Lake

    Keuka Lake is shaped like a Y, the inside of the Y is called the Bluff. Park at the Keuka Lake State Park and follow Pepper Road to West Bluff Drive, at the top of the Y turn up Skyline Drive to visit Garrett Chapel, come back down and follow East Bluff Drive. Add to […]

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    Badass Bike Tours of the Southern Finger Lakes Region

    When it comes to doing pretty much anything in life, you’ll find that there are three types of people: the quitters or “dropouts,” the amateurs or “normies,” and the experts or “badasses.” We’ve put together a biking booklet for the badasses. Those that can take the heat, accept the challenge, do the extreme. The bike […]

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    Auburn Fleming Trail

    The Auburn-Fleming Trail follows a two-mile stretch of abandoned railroad bed along a network of streams and wetlands. Easy trail access on Dunning Avenue. Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding permitted. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=23]