Letchworth Trail is a 6.9 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Mt Morris, 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.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
1 Letchworth State park Castile, NY 14427 Phone: (585) 493 3600
One of the best trails in the park crosses over the lower falls footbridge and ends up running on top of portions of The Finger Lakes Trail. Gorgeous park!
Chipmunk Trail is fun! True to its name, loads of chips munking all over the place
Once we got off the touristy sight seeing path it was a great bit of fun. They have 20 trails at letchworth, so do your research before going so that you pick the trail that will beat suit you. Gorgeous.
Hiked for about 3 miles off trail. Waterfalls and natural swimming pools. Definitely do it again someday. Going to many other parks first though before I'd go back.
Letchworth is always an amazing time, no matter what challenging conditions. I went to college at Buffalo and this was one of my favorite hikes.
One of my familys all time favorite places to hike. Letchworth Park is large and beautiful with stunning views of numerous falls and lovely river gorge. There are many trails in this park and a wonderful place to camp, take a hot air balloon ride, geocache, hike, cross country ski, white water raft... etc.
This trail is absolutely one of my family's favorites, in the area, numerous stunning waterfalls and awesome fall foilage. Easily spend a day taking in the magnificent views.
Finger Lakes Trail Letchworth Branch is on east side of river. Start at north end near Mt. Morris Dam Visitor Center parking lot head south to Portageville. One way trail 17 miles long on the "wild" side of Letchworth.
The seven miles (one way) Gorge Trail in Letchworth State Park.
Wonderful trails nice gorge and the falls were breath taking
My girlfriend and I did the white water rafting at Letchworth. It starts from near the Lower Falls and goes to St. Helena's. I was totally at ah just viewing the Gorge from another way. If you ever get a chance to do this. I say do it. Go to Adventure-Call Outfitters website; they are the ones that do this there.
Beautiful falls and scenery. Lush green hillsides peppered with wildflowers, and man-made stone walkways, stairs, and walls. Truly, an enjoyable park.