Not Your Average Bike Path

News from the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor As frequent riders and End-to-Enders know, the Erie Canalway Trail is not your average bike path. Extending from Buffalo to Albany, the trail’s course alongside the historic Erie Canal makes cycling here truly unique. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this living waterway adds distinctive … Continue reading Not Your Average Bike Path

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Register now for New York State Canal Conference

Sunday, September 21 – Tuesday, September 23, 2014   Don't miss three days of all things canal and Canalway Trail-related - presentations, seminars, field visits , social activities, and networking events. Register now for the 2014 New York Canal Conference to be held in Geneva September 21 - 23 at the head of the Cayuga-Seneca … Continue reading Register now for New York State Canal Conference

New directory points the way to canal corridor sites

There’s a lot to be said for online guides and apps, but sometimes it’s nice to have an old fashioned hard copy brochure in hand – or in your bike bag or glove compartment– to help you find your way to interesting places. The Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor has produced a new directory of … Continue reading New directory points the way to canal corridor sites

Schenectady County linking the Canalway Trail to neighborhoods

More people than ever will soon have safe, easy access to the Erie Canalway Trail (ECT) in Schenectady County thanks to federal funding from the Capital District Transportation Committee. In the town of Niskayuna, two new multi-use spur trails will be constructed to safely connect the ECT with hundreds of households and a popular soccer complex. Especially … Continue reading Schenectady County linking the Canalway Trail to neighborhoods