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    Summer Hill State Forest

    4,355 acres of dense forest well suited for snowmobiling, cross country skiing, hiking, hunting, trapping, wildlife viewing, and horseback riding. The Auburn-Fleming Trail follows a two-mile stretch of abandoned railroad bed along a network of streams and wetlands. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=28]

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    Sugar Hill State Forest

    Approximately 35 miles of trails are open for horse use in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter months with sufficient snow cover. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=171]

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    Southern Tier Stables

    Southern Tier Stables has over 100 acres of maintained trails. Trailer-ins are welcome. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=16]

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    Settlement Stables

    Settlement Stables is owned and managed by Tom and Collette Duddy. Collette is an experienced horsewoman with over 25 years training and owning horses. We have been in business since March 2000. Safety is stressed at all times and approved hard hats are required wear whenever mounted. We have safe, well-schooled lesson horses to learn […]

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    Painted Bar Stables

    Year-round guided trail rides to the public. Lessons, leasing, boarding and educational opportunities also available. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=244]

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    Overland Morgan Horse Farm

    Guided horse rides, beautiful scenic trails very close to Letchworth State Park that will let you experience scenic terrain to its fullest. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=138]

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    Liberty Stables

    Explore scenic Finger Lakes trails by horseback during any season. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=98]

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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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    Horse Adventures & Lessons

    Riding lessons plus grooming, tacking, handling, feeding & communicating with horses. All ages & skill levels welcome. Call for hours. Reservations recommended. Add to favorites

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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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    Highland Forest

    Refereed to by many as the Adirondacks of Central New York, Highland Forest offers visitors with over 20 miles of trails and countless opportunities for recreation.  Enjoy hiking, biking, horseback riding, youth camping. picnics, snow shoeing, cross country skiing and hunting, all with in a short drive from downtown Syracuse. Visitors can also jump aboard […]

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    Happy Trails Walking Horses

    Enjoy horseback riding on a beautiful Tennessee Walking Horse at Happy Trails ranch locted in Interlaken, NY. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=232]

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    Farmland Animal Park

    Family farm offering pony rides for children and a chance to stroll a peaceful, one-mile road among a variety of animals. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=119]

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    D&K Ranch

    D & K Ranch is a small family centered Trail Riding horse ranch that offers horse back riding on the Finger Lakes National Forest trails. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=228]

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    Cayuga Lakeside Stables

    Trail rides on 100 private acres. Enjoy forests, brooks, and fields on horseback. Western Riding lessons available. Birthday parties welcome. Add to favorites [googlerouteplaner=75]

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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]