Interloken Trail

MODERATE 3 reviews

Interloken Trail is a 11.3 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Trumansburg, NY that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

11.3 miles 794 feet Point to Point

dogs on leash

kid friendly

backpacking

camping

fishing

hiking

nature trips

skiing

snowshoeing

trail running

walking

horseback riding

forest

lake

views

wild flowers

wildlife

muddy

Directions from : From the South, take State Route 14 North (Exit 52 off State Route 17) to Watkins Glen, NY. In Watkins Glen, turn right at the Fourth St intersection onto State Route 414 North. Go approximately 9 miles north, past the Hector Ranger Station of the Finger Lakes National Forest. 0.5 miles past the Ranger Station, turn right on Schuyler County Route 2. Follow CR 2 for 4.0 miles until you reach the Blueberry Patch Campground and parking area. From the North, take State Route 414 South to Hector, NY (Exit 41 off I-90). In Hector, 0.5 miles past Wickhams Plaza, turn left onto County Route 2, the second asphalt road on the left. Follow CR 2 for 4.0 miles until you reach the Blueberry Patch Campground and parking area.

backpacking
15 days ago

Completed this trail over Veteran's Day weekend 2016. Trail a little damp but for the season was great. The fall leaves were almost finished but still enough left to enjoy the walk. Stayed in nearby Dunham Shelter which was just a short walk on the intersecting Finger Lakes Trail. In the fall there was no trail traffic, the views were amazing and trail was well maintained.

2 months ago

Went backpacking for the night. Very hard to find a decent water source the ponds were basically swamps and all the streams were dried up

hiking
6 months ago

The Interloken Trail is an amazing trail! It is relatively easy, but not to be overlooked. From end to end, you are offered views of Seneca Lake as you move from forest to pasture. For more info, please visit: www.RedTrailedHawk.com