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Amy Stephens reviewed Hoyt Lake loop
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Hiking

Nice flat paved path around Hoyt lake. Bring a picnic or rent a row boat. Great way to spend a summer afternoon or evening. Lots of people.

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Hiking

There were several lookouts onto the lakes—they we beautiful. The trails themselves were nice—pretty level with several rocky sections to get over. To clarify for when you get there—park in the small gravel parking lot, right next to the lot is a dirt/gravel road. Walk the gravel road for less than half a mile and on your left youll come upon the very clearly marked trailhead.

Jennifer S. reviewed Panama Rocks
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HikingGreat!Rocky

After visiting Rock City, I wondered if there was any other place close to the Buffalo area and found this place! Things to note, it is advised that you make a reservation, no dogs are allowed unless seeing eye dogs, but even then that may not be the best. They require masks and if you go solo, like I did, they just ask that you let them know you’re leaving on the way out. It’s privately owned and operated by a lovely family! I recommend starting on the left to the bottom trail and making your way up. Such a cool place and I can’t wait to go back! Well worth the drive!

Jennifer S. reviewed Lockport Nature Trail
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HikingBugsGreat!

The kids and I love this trail! Discovered it in Spring before the leaves, and bugs, came out! It’s been neat to see how it changes! Nicely shaded, dogs allowed on leash, plenty of paths to wander and explore. Amazing trees and wildlife. Definitely need bug spray now!

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Hiking

Beautiful at sunset with rays shining through the trees

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James Hirst reviewed Wolfe Park
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Hiking

Be prepared for rough footing and mud. Nice system though.

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Laura and Tim Backus reviewed Peebles Island Perimeter Trail
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HikingGreat!

I grew up here but this is not the place I remember. The park is beautiful and well kept. The trails are easy to maneuver through. Lots of views of the falls and possible eagle sightings. Great for kids and families, fishing birdwatching. Be sure to take the bridge to Waterford to check out the Locks and canal. We got lucky and saw a barge going through.

Laura and Tim Backus reviewed Owen D Young Nature Trail
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HikingGreat!MuddyOff trail

We hiked this trail after a rain storm and waterfalls were really flowing. It was really loud which was cool. We were on the trail but mostly walked off trail where we could get down closer to the water and get better views of the waterfalls. Very quiet at the time we were there but the garbage left shows evidence that this is a popular place to visit.

victoria dominguez reviewed Kaaterskill Falls Trail [CLOSED]
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Hiking

Is it still closed? does anyone know

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sadly it's no longer a natural setting. You can't hike under falls anymore. Railings keep you on specific trail. parking limited. Social Media made the highest falls in NY a mob house. Still impressive.

sara frederick reviewed Mount Erebus and Fishbrook Pond Loop
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HikingBugsMuddy

This isn’t a terribly difficult trail. I only went to the Erebus sign and back as I have done the loop from sleeping beauty before. Overall it’s not very special but easy enough. Trail is well marked just be aware and you should have no problem. Had to do it for lake George 12. Recommend doing this with sleeping beauty as just doing it alone was nothing special.

Robert C reviewed Spring Run Trail
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Hiking

As others have stated, not really a trail as opposed to a paved path. But a nice “trail” saw some wildlife (some birds and a chipmunk), pretty well shaded, relatively flat. It’s a nice trail, I would use it a lot if I lived in Saratoga (we were there on vacation)

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Backpacking

Great trail, a few downed trees along the way. Found a nice campsite just to the south of the first pair of lean-to’s

Betheny Jennings reviewed Stone Valley Trail
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HikingGreat!MuddyRocky

Trail is very well marked by blue trail markers. There are plenty of places to get off trail and get near the water. Portions of the trail run next to the water and some bring you further away. Great views along the way. Trail is rocky with a few switchbacks, not too treacherous though. There are some crossings and footbridges that aren’t the best- so be careful as they may be slippery. Was not that busy, passed a few couples and a family or 2.

Betheny Jennings reviewed Gleasmans Falls Trail
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HikingGreat!Muddy

Did this hike on Mother’s Day. Very quiet and secluded. Majority of the hike is shaded. There are some smaller hills with rocks as well as some crossings that were muddy. Once you get to the river it gives way to great views. I did pass one established camp site with a fire it. Bugs weren’t too bad until you’re closer to the water. This was a hidden gem!

Betheny Jennings reviewed Rocky Mountain Summit
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HikingGreat!Rocky
Paul Gudelis reviewed Myosotis Lake Trail
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HikingGreat!

Beautiful waterfalls. Saw some beaver activity at the second lake. Not great views, but the trails are well maintained and in excellent shape.

Silesius 17th Century reviewed Cazenovia Preservation Double Loop
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HikingBugsPrivate property

This review is if you go straight through and exit at the bottom of the hill by lake Medium sized gravel lot off of Burlingame Rd. - park here because the trail exits behind building down by the lake and you will have an uphill battle to get to the woods - you will have a short field view hike before you enter the woods If you just want to see the view of the lake - park at the bottom by lake and hike up hill to field with bench that overlooks the lake - the hike up is through grass trail - you don’t enter woods till you get to bench with view From Burlingame Rd. to lake. - trail gets tougher and a little thicker in a couple of areas between the right turn down the hill and the field with a nice view with a bench before you go down towards lake or re-enter the woods back towards Burlingame Rd. - I walked back on Rippleton Rd. to Burlingame Rd. Main trails well maintained and marked - other trails tougher and thicker Don’t do it without spraying yourself Lots of horses out in Caz

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Hiking

Not much to see, a lot of bugs in my face though.

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Brendan Wilcox reviewed Whiteface Mountain Summit Trail
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Hiking

Like hiking in a river

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