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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.


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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.

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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! My total mileage measured 4. This trail now has three parking lots. It also crosses three roads with road crossing right-a-way lights. It is well maintained. On the new addition in the city of Watertown area, there is a Good will.. Future plans are to extend this trail to downtown Watertown where it will once again follow the black river! Maybe try a different starting point.

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The Ontario Pathway is exactly that; a pathway. It is a wide grassy path with a narrow-worn bike path. I was not expecting such a primitive trail.


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It is a beautiful trail that is under a canopy of trees that travels through lush farms. On our ride, the weather was great but the trail could be a problem in wet weather. The Ontario Pathway seems to be lost in time.


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I felt I should have been riding a balloon tire Schwinn instead of my hybrid. It was a great experience but a little more strenuous that we expected. Compared to other trails we have ridden on with our mountain bikes this one was very dug up and rocky. This is a uniformly wide trail of hard packed stone and very little elevation change.

This will be a great trail to ride in the fall, just a few weeks from now. Very large parking lot right next to one of the locks. Note that will be instructions say that you go down half Street after going over the bridge from the north, there is no Huff Street sign at the corner of Route 96 and 12 Huff but there is a round Cayuga Seneca trail sign pointing the way.

Seneca Lake State Park and the Geneva waterfront are fully along the north end of Seneca lake right on the water. TrailLink is a free service provided by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy a non-profit and we need your support!

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Oswego Trails and Maps. Looking for the best trails around Oswego? Filters Sort by Relevance Name Length. Black River Trail 4. Cato-Fair Haven Trail We have experienced a resurgence in our downtown as new restaurants and small businesses occupy our storefronts, creating a vibrant and lively ambience. In addition, our events throughout the summer truly make Oswego an interesting place to visit at any given time. From our weekly downtown Farmers' Markets, to our unique assets like the Oswego Speedway and Fort Ontario, and our annual city-wide celebration known as Harborfest, we are a regional destination with plenty to enjoy!

Moving forward, we are ambitiously working to revitalize our historic neighborhoods and enhance the natural assets our community has. We are beginning to capitalize on our world class Lake Ontario waterfront and take advantage of our prime location along the Oswego River. The City of Oswego has a bit of everything to offer as we continue to grow and transform into a 21 st Century Community all while embracing our rich, cultural history.

Welcome to our community, we look forward to having you!

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Please join the planning team and steering committee for the first step in a community outreach process as we present three concepts for a re-imagined athletic and community facility at the Fort Ontario Rink complex.