Over 950 Miles Long and Covering Some of the Most Scenic Land in New York
Since 1962, the Finger Lakes Trail Conference has worked to build a continuous footpath across New York State.
Here on Gofingerlakes.org, you can learn about the following locations which contain portions of the Finger Lakes Trail.
- Birdseye Hollow State Forest
- Bock-Harvey Forest Preserve
- Buttermilk Falls State Park
- Danby State Forest
- Erwin Wildlife Management Area
- Finger Lakes National Forest
- Gannett Hill Park
- Hammond Hill State Forest
- Hi Tor Wildlife Management Area
- Jim Schug Trail
- Lick Brook Gorge
- Shindagin Hollow State Forest
The Finger Lakes Trail system runs from Allegheny State Park on the Pennsylvania border to the Catskill Forest Preserve, with branch trails to Niagara Falls, the Genesee River valley, the Great Eastern Trail, the central Finger Lakes, and the Syracuse region. This system is built and maintained almost entirely by volunteers. The Finger Lakes Trail Conference (FLTC) invites you to hike the trail and volunteer to keep it beautiful; see their site for maps and tools.