Best Cross-Country Skiing in New York

This list represents the most popular cross-country skiing in New York. Use this list to plan your next New York cross-country skiing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Van Hoevenberg Trail is a hiking trail in Essex County, New York. It is within High Peaks ...
Bare Hill rises 865 feet above Canandaigua Lake and provides aweinspiring views of the ...
Tour the second largest park in Westchester County and test your stamina on a climb to ...
The Finger Lakes Trail System (FLT) consists of the 560-mile main trail and several branches ...
The Cayuga Trails Club developed the Bob Cameron Loop Trail as an off-shoot of the Finger ...
Six-Mile Creek, particularly above the dam and at Potter’s Falls (also called Green Tree ...
A multiple-use area (MUA) is a parcel of land that provides recreational options. Area ...
Lake Placid, no longer a playground of the rich and storied, is now an egalitarian winter-sports ...
Heiberg Memorial Forest is owned by the State University of New York College of Environmental ...
With health and recreation as its major thrust, Saratoga Spa State Park offers miles of ...
Here’s a small natural oasis in an urban area. The man-made ponds and trails were built ...
You’re likely to have this 87-acre woods to yourself as you hike. It’s not a heavily used ...
Over 10,000 years ago the glaciers sculpted the Finger Lakes, leaving steep valley walls ...
Long-time residents of the area, Barbara Keeton and her family, donated these 111 acres ...
Despite the similar names, the Black Creek Forest Preserve is a long way from the massive ...
Gleason Meadows covers 172 acres of meadow, scrubland, and woods. The high elevation means ...
Mendon Ponds Park was named a National Natural Landmark because of its unique glacial ...
Pratt’s Falls is a 137-foot, multi-tiered, milky cascade that sometimes freezes over in ...
The adventure begins in the village of Newfield where you’ll pass the only remaining covered ...
The Parade Grounds was an infantry parade grounds during the Civil War. The unplowed park ...
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