Mount Tuscarora Trail

MODERATE 14 reviews
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Mount Tuscarora Trail is a 9.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Salamanca, New York that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from May until October.

9.4 miles
2276 feet
Out & Back



wild flowers



Directions from Salamanca, NY: Take SR 17 to Exit 18 which is 11 miles west of Salamanca. Take SR 280 south to reach the Quaker area. The trail begins immediately south of the Quaker Lake entrance. Parking is along the road.

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3 months ago

I entered by thw quaker lake trail head.nice jaunt through some beautiful country. Gets kinda steep at the top so be experienced if you have a heavier pack. other than that not to bad great views when the leaves are gone.

5 months ago

I parked at the trailhead at Quaker Lake and used this trail as my connection the the North Country Trail for a 2 day backpacking trip on the NCT. As the other reviewers have said the first mile is all up. not too bad but the last like 200 yards are no joke lol. But overall it was a nice trail with some nice views along the way.

8 months ago

Great trail without the leaves you can enjoy quite the view

10 months ago

tough initial climb, relatively simple hike across ridge thereafter. few spectacular views, but a solid hike.

11 months ago

Nice trail first mile is basically all uphill. Great views in the spring or fall of quaker lake and the allegheny reservoir!!

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Saturday, July 25, 2015

Very steep! Not too good for backpacking with overnight bags.