Hiking Trails Near Rochester, NY
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Hiking Trails Near Rochester, NY

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Rochester has 34 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.1 to 19.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Eastman Lake Trail, Genesee Riverway Trail and Mount Hope Cemetery Trail. Trails.com member Joshua F. recently completed Royal Coach Trail. See all Rochester trails.
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The forest at the northern end of the park has 200-year-old oak trees, and one of the ...
The Erie Canal turned Rochesterville into a boomtown. Today it’s the third largest city ...
Royal Coach gets its name from Walnut Hill Farms which abuts the property on the eastern ...
The area you will ride is steeped in history. Once the site of Cartersville, a busy nineteenth ...
This short loop begins in the village of Pittsford and follows rolling hills parallel ...
As the name of the trail implies, you will be biking on not one, but two historic paths ...
This paved path, built in 1997, is now heavily used for recreation. It makes a great 12-mile ...
The ride described here is a U-shaped path that combines segments of what will be longer ...
If you’ve never been to Mount Hope Cemetery, you’re missing both a historical treasure ...
This bike path slices through the town of Greece giving the cyclist a sample of its diversity ...
Highland Park was Monroe County’s first public park, dedicated in 1890 to the children ...
Step back in time as you wander through Corn Hill’s neighborhood of restored homes. Before ...
OK, we all know there are days when the weather isn’t quite the best in Rochester. Don’t ...
Enjoy a downtown stroll past quaint townhouses. Circle Midtown Plaza and Xerox Square ...
Two routes are described for the Seth Green Trail. The first is the official route which ...
Durand Eastman Park was a gift to the City of Rochester in 1908 from Dr. Henry Durand ...
The 297-acre Seneca Park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted who is considered to be ...
Norton’s Falls has a very thick caprock which launches water on it’s freefall for the ...
The 297-acre Seneca Park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted who is considered to be ...
Of the two waterfalls, Lower Falls is definitely the most spectacular with its 78-foot ...
Currently called High Falls, this waterfall has also been referred to as Main Falls. Today ...
Long ago, Hemlock Lake had cottages all along its shore. In 1872 the city of Rochester ...
The nation’s largest and most diverse collection of lilacs highlights this Frederick Law ...
Follow a path through the final resting place of more than 350,000 people, and discover ...
Rochester Branch is a hiking trail in Rochester, New York. It is 1.8 miles long and begins ...
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