Seneca Trail

Trail Map

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Once used by the Seneca indians, this trail traverses glacial formations, open fields, farmland, wooded wetlands and the Auburn Trail. The degree of difficulty varies from flat and easy to steep and hilly. The trail can be wet and muddy in some sections.

Valentown Hall, located at the north end of the trail, is a three story wooden building that was built in the 1870's for a train that never came. The museum is open on weekends and by appointment. At the south end of the trail is Ganondagan State Historic Site, once a thriving Seneca village. Learn how the Seneca lived in this area in the 1600's and see a replica of a longhouse.

Parking and Trail Access

Trail access and parking is available at the Fishers firehouse on High Street near Eastview Mall or the Ganondagan State Historic Site at the corner of NYS Route 444 and County Road 41, south of the village of Victor.

Free maps are available by calling 1-585-234-8226. Visit the Victor Hiking Trails Website at www.victorhikingtrails.org for additional trails in Victor, New York.

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