July 21, 2018 – Auburn Trail

July 21, 2018 – Auburn Trail – Center Section

Turn left out of the parking lot, then turn right onto Park Rd. Turn left on Corduroy, then take a right on Woolston. Just before Woolston runs into Railroad Mills, turn left onto the Auburn Trail.

For 8 miles, stay on the Auburn Trail until you come to Fishers Rd. Turn around and re-trace your path back to the parking lot.

For 9 miles, turn around at Main St. Fishers.

For 11 miles, turn around at Phillips Rd.

For 13.5 miles – stay on the Auburn Trail until you get to Rt. 251. Turn left on Rt. 251, and take the first left into Lehigh Crossing Park. Take the first trail on the right – this will connect you to the Lehigh Trail. You will cross over the Auburn Trail – then take the ramp on the right that will connect you with the Auburn Trail. Re-trace your path to the parking lot.

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If you need something longer, stay on the Auburn Trail until you are half-tired, then return the way you came.

There is a nice little trail loop that you might want to consider – shortly after you cross over Main St. Fishers, there is a wooden Indian statue next to a bridge on the right. Cross over the bridge and follow the trail. Take right options – then loop back to the bridge. Distance is estimated to be 10.5 miles if you return back to the parking lot after running the trail.

July 14, 2018 – Garnsey Turk Steele

July 14, 2018 – Garnsey-Turk-Steele

Turn left out of the parking lot, then turn left onto Garnsey.  Right on Turk, then left on Steele.  Turn right at the top of Steele and head down Baker.  Turn right on Valentown, then at High St, turn left (yes – turn left).  Turn right on Willowbrook, right on Rowley, then right on 96 followed by a left on Benson.  Turn right on Fishers, then left on 96 and back to the parking lot.  Distance is 12.2 miles.

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For 6.6 miles – when on Turk Hill – Stay on Turk Hill past Steele. Turn right on 96 and back to the parking lot.

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For 9 miles – at Valentown and High St – turn right on High St, then right on 96 and back to the parking lot.

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For 9.7 miles and some trails – on Valentown, before you get to High St, look for a new road named Fernwood Trail on the right. Take Fernwood Trail – it will turn into High Point Drive – then pick up the Seneca Trail on the right, just past the top of the hill. Follow the Seneca Trail over to Turk Hill, and continue on the Seneca Trail which runs behind the Michaels Plaza. This trail will take you out to LaSalle Parkway. Then pick up 96 and head back to the parking lot.

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For 10.7 miles – right on High St, left on 96, then right on Benson and rejoin the 12.2 mile route above.

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For 15 miles – From Baker, turn left on Valentown, then right on Egypt-Victor Rd.  Turn right on Aldridge, right on High St, then left on Willowbrook, rejoining the main route.  Then on Fishers Rd, come back thru Powder Mills Park (left on Woolston, right on Corduroy, right on Park Rd.)

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July 7, 2018 – Crescent Trail (or Canal to Fairport)

July 7, 2018 – Crescent Trail

For trails – turn right out of the parking lot, then turn right onto Kreag. Pick up the Crescent Trail in the back corner of the church parking lot. Follow the orange trail over to Garnsey, then continue on orange upto Woodcliff. From here you have many options – retrace your steps back to the Garnsey, or continue on orange. There are lots of options – you can continue on past Woodcliff and Moseley over to Turk Hill, or take alternate trails that lead over to Garnsey and return to the parking lot.

Road Option – Canal to Fairport, Perinton Bike Hike Way, Turk and Garnsey.

Turn right out of the parking lot, then turn right on Kreag. Turn left on 31 and then take the canal towards Fairport. Go past Turk Hill and crossover the canal on the pedestrian bridge and continue on the Perinton Bike Hike Way. Take the path over to Hogan, turn right on Hogan, then right on Rt. 31. Turn left on Turk Hill, then right on Garnsey. A right turn on 96 returns you to the parking lot. Distance is 11.6 miles.

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For 8 miles roads- follow the above route until you reach the turn off on the canal for O’Connor. Turn around and retrace your route – don’t forget to exit the canal at Rt. 31