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Me and my wife TRIED to bike the trail system but several things prevented a good ride. We first parked at the Belfast parking on 153. Found the trail was closed going north to Belfast. Road a few miles on the southbound to Cuba, but not very interesting and the trail is slow due to high grass. Drove over to Caneadea and found the parking on 19, but wow was that scary. Decided not to leave our car. Plus the trail looks not to be maintained. So far our visit to this area has not been very successful.
Great relaxing ride along the water/boats/land.
Pretty and quiet. Flat surface that is easy to run on. Not very crowded. Not super exciting for photos because it all looks the same. It is straight through so it is definitely a good trail if you want to run without being diverted due to closures or accidentally getting off track. I didn't see any wildlife out of the ordinary birds and squirrels.
The trail has been extended into Lewiston with fantastic views of the lower river to Lake Ontario. The new section of the trail starts at 9th and Seneca and is a not too steep climb up the escarpment. Once at the top, the trail is on the old Robert Moses Pkwy pavement and over the dam to Devils Hole with many rough pavement joints.
Quiet, peaceful, and pleasant.
The trail needs to be resurfaced, many holes to avoid. The trail needs to be wider to avoid traffic. Best part is a great view. The state needs to trim the trees to avoid riders from getting hurt.
Rode from Amsterdam to Fultonville And back had a great ride on a great day. Newly paved section starting about halfway to Fultonville stopped at the Schoharie Crossing historic site very interesting and great subs in Fultonville the new bridge and park in Amsterdam is very nice too....
This was a great, short trail. Distance is .51 one way in reality. Our kids love riding their bikes here.
This will be a great trail when it is completely open. There are numerous detours as you travel north toward the city center.
Paved path, however, very narrow. Only 3 miles of it is a path the rest is a street. A little disappointed.
just poured for hours last night and the trail was paved the whole way to the fort. easy riding not alot of traffic early in the morning.
This is a great spot. Pretty flat for the most part with graveled path. I started on the Scottsville side of the trail and parking is limited, but the trailhead was easy to find.
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