Canadice Lake Trail Topo Map

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Long ago, Canadice Lake had cottages all along its shore. In 1872, the city of Rochester decided to use Canadice and Hemlock Lakes as a water supply. The first conduit for water was completed in 1876. By 1947, Rochester purchased all of the shoreline property and removed the cottages so that it could protect the water supply for its growing population. Although it was difficult for the cottage residents to leave their land, this area is now free of the commercialization that is so rampant on the other Finger Lakes. Ninety-foot-deep Canadice Lake is the smallest of the Finger Lakes, but it has the highest elevation, at 1,096 feet. This makes it a good water supply for the city and a good source of snowy trails for winter outdoor enthusiasts. The 3.7 mile long trail that parallels the lake is flat for easy skiing. For a challenge, head west, on the trails that wind up the hillside. You’ll find some short, steep sections. Terrain: Flat along the lake, steep hills on side loop trails.
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Hemlock, New York

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