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Before starting Pathfinders consulting and coaching business in , she held human resource management positions with two international high-technology companies: This eastern section of the trail —spanning more than 50 miles through Chittenango hometown of Wizard of Oz author L.
Frank Baum , Oneida, Rome, and Utica — is one of its most picturesque with the Adirondacks to the north and the Catskills to the south. A popular stop here is Fort Stanwix, where you'll find American Revolution-era costumed guides who provide a glimpse of life in the 18th century. A gap of about 20 miles lies between Utica and the final leg of the trail, which picks up in Little Falls. Between Little Falls and Albany, this section of the trail—also known as the Mohawk-Hudson Bikeway or Mohawk-Hudson Bike Trail—stretches 39 miles and is paved with some on-road connections.
Continuing east, the trail goes through the town of Colonie, which offers a pleasantly wooded interlude, with undulating lowlands and small hillsides. As the Erie Canalway Trail passes through more than communities, there are a considerable number of access points and places to park.
About 5 miles of newly paved trail has been open east of Amsterdam to Pattersonville. It is a really nice ride along the river. Although this Bike Path is scenic, it is NOT maintained, it is continues wide cracks in the pavement and huge bumps. I already saw a couple bickers fall because of the neglected pavement.
I have a Road Bike, and changed my tires because of the bumps, also note the bumps also can shift your gears. I've ridden this section for more than 30 years with no flats. New aggregate has been laid down in this section over the last three weeks. It sparkles in the sun. I've had five flats on the new surface. Each was caused by a tiny glass shard, some clear some brown. The workers said they were putting down crushed limestone.
It seems to there may be recycled glass in the mix. I'm running Schwalbe G one x60 tires at 30 rear 25 front. It's an admittedly light tire but I've had no problem with flats elsewhere including rough gravel roads. Go belted or tubeless on this section or be prepared to flat. Without the nice smooth new surface I'd have given this trail four stars. The book was pleasantly wrong and needs a wee bit of an update with the wonderful new additions, trail re-locations, and especially attractions.
There was much less on-road cycling than we had worried about. The drivers on the road were suitably accommodating. We camped some nights and stayed in motels as the mood and weather might indicate. The Amsterdam Castle, a mere ' from the trail was amazing and worth the few dollars more than the chain motels we had stayed at. There was a breakfast and wonderful rooms. The artwork was worth a museum entrance fee. Another fun culinary highlight of the ride was Mike's Diner in Fultonville.
It's just under the highway on the left. Great food, great fun. Very entertaining proprietor and a fair price. Now, the areas that need improvement: Only one or two cross streets were signed. There were virtually no signs for important trail-side amenities, like, lodging, camping, ice cream, groceries, repair shops, ice cream, attractions, or restaurants with ice cream.
There were no trail-side tool set-ups like on the Norwootuck or GAP trails. Some of the really cool attractions, like the first bike ridden cross-country, a huge high-wheeler, is in the second floor of a darling historical society in Henniker. Each local Chamber of Commerce should be all over this trail. As multi-day trails go, this one had the most to offer in scenery and museums, but they were often not in the book and hard.
We only knew about them from prior research and our AAA Guide. Rome and Fort Stanwix not withstanding. We broke a chain on the tandem in Schenectedy. One bike shop, Plaine and Sons, fortunately has a mobile service van. We called them and explained the issue, and they don't actually use the van. It's basically just a sign. We went to NY Bike on Congress, where an efficient young man repaired the bike in less than five minutes. If an establishment isn't really going to support the trail, they should not be mentioned.
My advice would be double your time from other trails of the same length and see the sights which lie not far off the trail. This ride is more of an adventure and less of just a bike ride. To just ride it is to miss the mark. Hope some of this helps. Last summer, a group of 10 friends did the trail from Buffalo to Albany. Before we started the trail in Buffalo, we ride our bikes to Niagara Falls in Canada. Great experience and wonderful ride, except for walking the bike over the border.
The "trail" between Buffalo and Albany has some gaps but in general is ok. There is a small section before Rochester where the trail is in horrible condition. The good thing is that there are good hotels in Albany, Buffalo, Syracuse and Rochester Marriott so you can accomodate your trip to stay in a nice hotel after a long ride. There is only one stop where you have to sleep in a run-down motel, but, hey! No trip is perfect! When biking from Utica to oriskany this trail hasn't been maintained at all.
Then turned around and went east to Fairport. Trail is paved, flat, and in good condition for most of the way. Since it is along a canal, it is open with little shade. Tough on a windy day. There was a portapotty at Lock 32, but no other restrooms or water that we saw. We did two sections of this trail, basically the eastern and western most ends of it. First from Buffalo to Tonawanda and then from Albany to Cohoes.
Both ends were pleasant, easy and picturesque riding, with water views during several sections and some in-town connections that were well marked with signs to keep us on track. The Buffalo end along the Niagra River had a few places where you can stop for lunch and restrooms.
We also enjoyed the Canalside area of Buffalo, where we stayed at a hotel very near where the trail begins. This end had an area of the trail closed for constrction during our trip, but the detour was well marked. We enjoyed the architecture of the city buildings and bridges, the several parks and placarded areas which highlight the history of the area, and describe the former uses of the old, rusting remains of railway and canal equipment you pass by.
There are many places to stop and eat your lunch, whether that be a picnic you packed yourself or a canal side restaurant where you can shoot the breeze with locals and other cyclists. I highly recommend this trail. With the length, possibilities are endless and its a destination in itself.
After four days cycling here, we headed south to the Walkway Over the Hudson to complete our New York cycling vacation. Gorgeous trip all around.
WE rode the Erie Canal trail in August It was a wonderful trip. The trail was in excellent condition. The weather was perfect. The route was only hard to find through a couple of towns. We enjoyed the countryside as well as the old quaint historic towns. Very enjoyable and well maintained. You can go as far as you want to on this trail.
Hard to call this a "trail", because it's really many bits of right-of-way cobbled together to form one continuous eventually! Enough of it exists that people can actually talk about "closing the gaps. This was my second time on this trail I parked off rice road off about a mile from lock 8 and cycled south. The path was paved throughout with only a couple of shady spots,it went thru schenectady and the stockade district.
It was nice to see the old houses and churches alnog the way. I cycled about 10 miles south in all and more as I went sightseeing in schenectady where I stopped at an Belgian ale house named the Bier Abbey for a few libations and a snack. The beer list was extensive and excellent. I then returned to my starting point and cycled northward at that point in time it was about 90degrees out and no shade so I called it a day.
Next time I hope to pick up the trail and head northward with a possible overnight stay further up yhr trail. The Little Falls section is paved and based on the right away of the South Shore or South Side Railroad with a deep cut in the rock cliffs.
At the west end there is a connection to a mile long new trail connecting to Rt. There is no trail from Little Falls to Herkimer.
Part of that trail was somewhat loose stone dust and ran along the N. This is another piece of towpath about 6 miles long along the enlarged Erie Canal. It starts in a small parking area at the corner of Rt. It is shaded with large trees and is a smooth stone dust surface. In July the deer flies were bad so bring a spray.
While biking along I thought of all the workers who dug the canal and built up the tow path with shovels!! And all the people who passed on the canal boats for a new life out west. This is a wonderful peaceful trail running mostly along the enlarged Erie Canal. The Clinton's Ditch was soon too small and was widened and deepened in There is a short break between Centerport and Weedsport. The surface is excellent with mostly single track with stone dust and a wide mowed thruway.
The local snowmobile clubs have been active in preserving and maintaining the trail as well as the local towns. In several places there are excellent signs with useful historical signs and pictures. Don't start in Albany store somewhere outside of the city less traffic no city streets. I started somewhere by colonie. The trail was well taken care of paved all the way and very scenic I got a chance to see the boats lifted through lock number five.
Next time it will start in Schenectady and bike to where I started. Parked at midpoint Spencerport, a neat little town with shops and eateries. Went east 7mi to I Mostly stone dust with some asphalt sections. Mix of shade and sun along the way. One cross-over the canal at Long Pond Rd, but well marked. Then went west from Spencerport to Brockport. Canal is elevated in several spots. Be sure to catch the drawbridges going up and down.
Trail is well maintained. Parked at Wayneport Rd. First rode 7mi west to Fairport. Path is wide, asphalt in parts, crushed stone in others. Runs in the open, right along the canal. Fairport is a neat little town with shops and eateries. Then rode east 7mi to Palmyra Lock Trail is narrower, shaded, and not always along the canal.
Crushed stone most of the way. Lots of things to see along the way. You can find the regulation here. After speaking with the appropriate departments, I have been informed that the Montgomery County DPW operate and maintain this specific portion of the Erie Canalway Trail that you mention below. While horses and wagons are prohibited from using the trail, this is difficult to constantly enforce.
If you or someone you know sees this kind of activity on the trail, please call the Montgomery County DPW office at and they will ask the County Sheriff to investigate further.
If you have any additional questions, comments or concerns, you may e-mail me back at this address and I will be happy to assist you further. Thank you and I hope that you have a great day! This section is very well kept, based on my experience this late-spring.
You are right along a busy road and at some point no trees just grass are between you and it, but other times it's very cozy with trees and bushes. The terrain changes between crushed very fine stone, paved asphalt, and some wooden bridges over streams.
All the while it is edged by a few feet of grass on either side. Just be aware that some are not as bike-savvy as others, so that can be a hiccup if you're going at a good clip in your ride. I first would like to say "love the erie trail system" I would like to give some basic facts to what retired bike rider stated above. Dog poop however, does not. Horse hooves cannot leave deep tracks due to the shape of their hoof.
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