Where we live (Perinton, New York; a suburb of Rochester) has been named one of the top 10 "Trail Towns" in the United States by the American Hiking Society (AHS) and the U. S. National Park Service.
In Perinton there are three major, interconnecting trailways: the Erie Canal Heritage Trail, the Rochester Syracuse & Eastern Trolley Trail (a.k.a. Perinton Hikeway-Bikeway), and the Crescent Trail.
Both the Erie Canal Heritage Trail, towpath of the historic Erie Canal, and the RS&E Trolley Trail, the railbed of a former interurban electric trolley, are on publicly-owned rights of way. The surfaces are level, improved, and suitable for multiple uses such as bicycling, jogging, hiking, and cross-country skiing. They are closed to motorized vehicles.
Since we've been out walking, hiking, losting
These are from our Tuesday hike:
It is still an active arboretum as plants, trees and shrubs are still being planted there
This time, Mommy turned on the tracking program app she downloaded.
We didn't wanna get lost again!
We found a very old fire hydrant right smack dab in the middle of the field
Mommy's favorite picture from our hike
A little black doggie pondering the road of life...