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Hiking

pretty steep in places. the falls are nice even though they're just a bit more than a trickle now. a few trees down, overgrown much of the time. but a very nice hike through the shady cool woods.

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Charles Cipolla reviewed Excelsior Glen Falls (3 Falls) Trail
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Hiking

Most of the falls were pretty dry

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Crosby Woods reviewed Burnt Hill Trail
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Hiking

This hidden gem in Finger Lakes National Forest offers great views, forest scenery, and even cows! The Interloken section of the loop is especially nice. The Ravine Loop is a cool side trip if you want to extend your hike. Overall, fantastic trail!

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Hiking

not much to see, the falls may be nuce during a rain or just after but today there is little or no water over thwm.

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Christopher Wallace reviewed Finger Lakes Backbone Trail
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Hiking

Overall - a nice stroll through the woods. Didn't pass anyone on the trail, but heard a few campers off to the sides. I didn't love the section on the road, but it was minimal.

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Leslie Haberacker reviewed Excelsior Glen Falls (3 Falls) Trail
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Paddle sportsBugs

Bugs!!! When you hit the stream, walk up it to the road for a good loop. 1.4 miles

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HikingOver grown

Very secluded trail. You'll have all the waterfalls by yourself. You can even picnic near the waterfall areas. I would say avoid glen watkins and come to this trail, for real experience.

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Quinn Herden reviewed Finger Lakes Backbone Trail
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Mountain bikingBlowdownRocky

This was my first time mountain biking and I had an absolute blast. I ended up with a good amount of dismounts towards the end (riding counterclockwise) where I ran into rotted bridge slats and large, uphill roots, but I'd still highly recommend this trail for any activity. I know that some parts can get extremely muddy during a wet spell, but this was no issue today.

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John Mendyka reviewed Finger Lakes Gorge Trail
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Hiking

Nice for my 7 year old. His longest one yet. Little bit of nature. Was fun

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HikingOver grown

Overgrown with poison ivy, waterfall was a trickle. Parking and trailhead easy to find. If you go, follow map as there are a few intersecting trails.

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Gracee Rose reviewed Finger Lakes Backbone Trail
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HikingBugs

Be sure to wear bug spray for this trail! The birdsongs were wonderful and the trail was great. The road section is a bit awkward but from the top of the road there is a great view of the hills from behind.

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Yashomati Mukherjee reviewed Burnt Hill Trail
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Hiking

Full of bugs!!!

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Hiking

Nice little trail with lovely waterfall views. Dog friendly and nobody else on the trail. Road is plenty wide to park on the side.

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HikingBugsOver grownScramble

Not the best trail, maybe it had better days. Very overgrown, had to duck a lot to avoid hitting my eyes.

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Hiking

Parked on jolly road. Well marked. Able to climb on the waterfalls so that was fun!

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Hiking

No parking lot. Start is narrow into woods, marked well, very pretty falls. Secluded slightly muddy but navigable

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Kandace Pierce reviewed Finger Lakes Gorge Trail
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HikingBugsMuddy

Nice and easy backpacking trip. Parked at Blueberry campground then headed south on Interloken to campsite by Gorge trail. Hiked down Gorge trail to check it out and got our water at a nice creek near the end. Next day headed back up Interloken then connected to Burnt Hill for a different view past Blueberry. Connected back to Interloken and continued on North for next campsite by the pond. Hiked a few more miles north to the pasture with cows, then turned around and camped our last night. Quiet area, lots of wildlife. Saw paw prints, possibly coyote or bobcat? Trails were muddy in spots, and lots of bugs!!

Kandace Pierce reviewed Burnt Hill Trail
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HikingBugsMuddy

Nice and easy backpacking trip. Parked at Blueberry campground then headed south on Interloken to campsite by Gorge trail. Hiked down Gorge trail to check it out and got our water at a nice creek near the end. Next day headed back up Interloken then connected to Burnt Hill for a different view past Blueberry. Connected back to Interloken and continued on North for next campsite by the pond. Hiked a few more miles north to the pasture with cows, then turned around and camped our last night. Quiet area, lots of wildlife. Saw paw prints, possibly coyote or bobcat? Trails were muddy in spots, and lots of bugs!!

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Abby Lane reviewed Burnt Hill Trail
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HikingMuddy

Beautiful, sweeping views of the west side of Seneca Lake. If you’re lucky, you’ll pass through a herd of cows!

Emile Merwin reviewed Burnt Hill Trail
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HikingBlowdownMuddy
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Gabe Geuder reviewed Finger Lakes Backbone Trail
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HikingBugsFloodedMuddy

lots of mud bugs and washed out trail spots. but ik with the weather being nice it will clean itself up. it was a good training trail.

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Justin Dusseault reviewed Finger Lakes Gorge Trail
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Hiking

Nice trail. Not tough, but good mix of rolling hills along what I’d call a gulley, or shallow ravine... Gorge is a stretch. Beautiful forest though, and the gulley is very nice, small creek running through the bottom with small ledges/ waterfalls. Will definitely head back.

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