The Finger Lakes Trail is a hiking trail that extends from the Allegheny Mountains to the Catskill Mountains, encompassing 562 miles running across New York State. The closest approachs to the Rochester area are one spur that extends up to the Letchworth State Park area and another that extends up near Naples at the southern end of Canandaigua Lake.
There are numerous trailheads along the trail that allow reasonably convenient day hikes. The terrain ranges from areas where you are walking alongside a road to some fairly rugged hills.
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2012-12-13 19:12:18 Does anyone know if there is water available on any part of the Letchworth branch of this trail? —badfish
2012-12-13 19:30:44 The official FLT maps and guidebooks list water sources - for example the Visitor Center at the Mt. Morris dam. But in places the trail follows the riverbank or crosses streams (some seasonal) so if you have a portable purification pump there is lots of water to be had. —jgerek