Hammond Hill State Forest Trail is a 16 mile point-to-point trail located near Dryden, NY that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
cross country skiing
The Hammond Hill State Forest Multiple Use Trail System has been designed to offer family-based recreation for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and cross-county skiing. A snowmobile trail and the Finger Lakes Hiking Trail also cross the forest The trails are marked with circular trail signs. All trails are designated by color and number. Most of the trails are above 1800 feet in elevation; therefore, these trails are well suited for cross-county skiing. The trails are classified by the user's ability. Beginner trails have very gentle slopes and are fairly short in length. Intermediate trails have gentle to somewhat steep slopes and are moderate in length. Advanced trails have gentle to steep slopes and are usually longer in length than intermediate trails.
Ludlow Creek and Hammond Hill seem to be grouped together here, if I am reading it correctly. Actually they are two different State Forests. Ludlow Creek State Forest is near Oxford, NY. Hammond Hill State Forest is in Freeville, NY, which is near Dryden, NY.
They are both listed at this website in region 7: http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/34531.html
This entry is incorrect, this is simply party of the Fingerlakes trail and sadly is not bicycle friendly