September 9, 2017 – Woodcliff and more…..

September 9, 2017 – Woodcliff, Neuchatel, Steele and Thayer.

Turn left out of the parking lot and head up 96. Turn left on Woodcliff. Take a right on Moseley, then turn left on Neuchatel. Turn left on Beauclaire, then cross over Turk Hill and continue on Steele. At the top of Steele, turn left on Thayer. At the intersection with Bluhm, turn left to continue on Thayer. Turn left on Thayer, and then turn right onto the hiking trail where it crosses 31. This will take you over to the Perinton Bike Hike Way. Turn left on the Perinton Bike Hike Way. Cross over Hogan, then turn left onto Ayrault. Pick up the canal off Ayrault, and head on back to the basin. Distance is 11.7 miles.

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For 10.3 miles – start the main route. Turn left on Turk Hill, then rejoin the main route by turning left on Ayrault.

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For 7.8 miles – start the main route. Turn left on Moseley, then turn left on Ayrault, rejoining the main route.

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For 12.8 miles- start with the main route. At 31, turn right, then left on Mason. Turn left on Ayrault, and rejoin the main route.

For 14.5 miles – start with the main route. At 31, turn right, then pick up the Perinton Bike Hike Way on the right past Loud. Take this over to Lollypop Farms. Turn left on Egypt Victor Rd, then turn right on 31 and then left on Aldrich. Turn left on Ayrault and rejoin the main route.

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Trail Option – 12.4 miles– On Woodcliff, pick up the Orange Trail on the right that runs along the golf course. This will take you over to Moseley. Cross over Moseley and continue on Orange Trail. This will take you to Turk Hill. Turn left on Turk Hill, go past Steele, and pick up the Orange Trail on the right. If you follow this successfully, staying on Orange, it will lead you to Rt.31 near Thayer. Cross over 31, continue on Orange to the Perinton Bike Hike Way. Left on Ayrault, left on the canal and back to the basin

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