Nice, quiet, secluded trail through the woods. Well marked white blazes.

Solid day hike covering both McCarty Hill State Forest and Rock City State Forest. This is a small part of the Finger Lakes Trail. Start at the McCarty Hill parking area (alongside the road) and end at Little Rock City before returning. Some mud depending on recent weather, but more rocky. Trail is not really well defined, but white tree markers are plentiful, so staying on the trail isn't too bad. Beautiful views and great forest hiking, as well as the intrigue of Little Rock City. Highly recommended.

Make sure you don't rely on google maps to find it, we lost reception and never found it. We'll try again next year.

Perfect for a Sunday stroll and a picnic. Best views in the fall

Similar to Thunder Rock in Allegheny - but with more moss and waaaaay less people. It's a very tranquil spot

fun trail

hiking
Sunday, January 03, 2016

Strenuous, steep and slippery in snow. Great workout and vistas.

A great place for imaginations to run wild!

hiking
Sunday, April 07, 2013

I hiked to the Rock City following the Finger Lakes Trail (FLT) south from the CCC Camp Seneca Picnic area off of Hungry Hollow Rd. It was a steep climb along a creek through the tornado damaged area, but once you join with the FLT it is very well blazed and pleasant hiking. I rated this as demanding because there was about 8" of unbroken snow on the trail and I had to post-hole it the whole way.

snowshoeing
Sunday, January 27, 2013