Finger Lakes Trail

Description

  1. Name Finger Lakes Trail (FLT)
  2. Length of trail 904 km, 562 miles
  3. Length in days 60 days
  4. Traildino grading MW, Moderate walk, backpacking trail
  5. Hut tour grading T1, Walk

Finger Lakes Trail - by Sarah The main Finger Lakes Trail is 562 miles (904 km) long and connects the Catskill Mountains with the Allegheny Mountains by passing through remote areas of the Southern Tier of New York State. The Conservation Trail, a major branch trail, connects with the Bruce Trail in Canada. Many sections of the Finger Lakes Trail are official segments of the North Country National Scenic Trail. The trail is open for hikers.

Select some tracks
Finger Lakes Trail, 45km
.Onondaga Trail, 62km
Italy Hills Trail, 3.9km

Map

Finger Lakes Trail

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  • Explorer's Guide 50 Hikes in Western New York
  • Ehling guides you to plunge-pools and glacial caves, past fossil beds and through rock cities -all the results of the area's distinctive geological history. Many of the hikes described here follow maintained footpaths, including portions of the Finger Lakes Trail, the Conservation Trail, the Letchworth Trail, the Eastside Trail, and Westside... Read more
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Belgium
  • Explorer's Guide 50 Hikes in Western New York
  • Ehling guides you to plunge-pools and glacial caves, past fossil beds and through rock cities -all the results of the area's distinctive geological history. Many of the hikes described here follow maintained footpaths, including portions of the Finger Lakes Trail, the Conservation Trail, the Letchworth Trail, the Eastside Trail, and Westside... Read more
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Netherlands
  • Birds and Birdwatchers
  • Here is a book for birdwatchers who wish to go beyond field identification. This wide-ranging essay collection, drawn from the author's avocational interest in ornithology, explores many avian topics that would otherwise be found in a shelf of resources. Here, for example, is ornithological history from Audubon and Wilson to Peterson and... Read more
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Bol.com
Belgium
  • Birds and Birdwatchers
  • Here is a book for birdwatchers who wish to go beyond field identification. This wide-ranging essay collection, drawn from the author's avocational interest in ornithology, explores many avian topics that would otherwise be found in a shelf of resources. Here, for example, is ornithological history from Audubon and Wilson to Peterson and... Read more
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