Stretching across New York state, the Finger Lakes Trail offers hikers a chance to experience solitude and wilderness along a continuous footpath nearly 1,000 miles long.
A recent article on PressConnects.com profiled New York’s Finger Lakes Trail. The trail stretches from the New York-Pennsylvania border at Alleghany State Park in the west to the Catskills in the east. Along the way it passes through a collection of state parks and private lands featuring fields and forests.
The trail’s main path is 557 miles long. A network of branch trails and loops offer an additional 400 miles.