September 2014

Trail News – Tony Rodriguez

September 9th, 2014|Categories: 2014 - Fall|Tags: |

I am forwarding a letter from an experienced hiker lauding the status of our trails she has hiked. It is great to have the stewards and workers so recognized for their efforts and dedication. You are all very special, so pat yourself on the back with pride. I'm new to Central New York, but am [...]

February 2014

Trails Status Update – Tony Rodriguez

February 24th, 2014|Categories: 2014 - Spring, Newsletters|Tags: , |

Trail Stewards and Workers alert: The Finger Lakes Trail Conference (FLTC) is in the process of entering into a new Volunteer Stewardship Agreement with NYSDEC Region 7, which will become effective this Spring and replace the old AANR Agreement. As part of this agreement all our maintainers who work, or might work, on DEC lands [...]

August 2013

Trail Status Updates – Tony Rodriguez

August 20th, 2013|Categories: 2013 - Fall, Newsletters|Tags: |

Earlier this summer our Wednesday hikers encountered new “No Parking” signs posted at our regular meeting location in Jamesville. The signs warn that anyone not a customer of the plaza businesses will be towed. As a result we found it necessary to temporarily relocate our meeting place for all listed Jamesville venues to the “Park [...]

The Skyline Trail – Dick Lightcap

August 20th, 2013|Categories: 2013 - Fall, Newsletters|Tags: |

The 6.2-mile Skyline Trail that starts in Heiberg Memorial Forest, travels through Kettlebail State Forest, and runs through Labrador Hollow Unique Area, terminating at Tinkers Falls and the junction of the Onondaga/North Country Trail, is now completed and marked.  The trail may be found in an insert on future O-1 Finger Lakes Trail Maps. The [...]

February 2012

Trails Chair Report – Tony Rodriguez

February 1st, 2012|Categories: 2012 - Spring|Tags: |

I think by now we all agree that this winter so far has been a big bust and many of us have been lamenting the paucity of normal winter activities. But, alas, do not despair, the trail maintenance season is approaching rapidly and each of us can look forward to dissipating that pent up energy [...]

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