Syracuse has 6 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.1 to 2 miles in length. The most popular trails are Camillus Forest Unique Area Trails, Chittenango Falls and Elmwood Park: Upper Tree Trail. Trails.com member Bobbie S. recently completed Chittenango Falls.
Chittenango FallsView Trail Details
Chittenango Creek flows north from Cazenovia Lake to Oneida Lake. At Chittenango Falls State Park it plunges off the Allegany Plateau, cutting ...
Camillus Forest Unique Area TrailsView Trail Details
DEC calls this a unique area, and it is truly unique and special. It comprises 145 acres of open fields, 135 acres of early successional trees ...
Finger Lakes Region GetawayView Trail Details
The Finger Lakes region is one of wine and water—vineyards and eleven long, slender, and deep lakes left by departing glaciers. Waterfalls and ...
Bucktail FallsView Trail Details
Spafford’s well-kept secret hides in a neighborhood glade.
Elmwood Park: Upper Tree TrailView Trail Details
This urban getaway’s well-developed trails and remarkably diverse forest provide a sense of wilderness in the midst of the bustling city.
Carpenter’s FallsView Trail Details
Many spirits dwelled here at this sheer drop, including the distilled kind. If you’re looking for a waterfall with a storied past, Carpenter’s ...