The outstanding bicycling and sightseeing along the legendary Erie Canal is highlighted in the newly revised edition of Cycling the Erie Canal: A guide to 360 miles of adventure and history along the Erie Canalway Trail.
Although a lot of us have had to cancel recent travel plans, we hope you’re still thinking about the anticipated “rain date” when the places that you loved to frequent are open, filled with people and the air is buzzing with good, positive conversation again. Getting on a plane might not be realistic at this … Continue reading End of Isolation Itinerary
Looking for a new way to show your appreciation for the Canalway Trail or maybe just an excuse to log more trail miles? The Canalway Trail Ambassador program may be a great fit for you. Canalway Trail Ambassadors are volunteers who ride patrols on the Canalway Trail. Parks & Trails New York, in collaboration with … Continue reading Trail Ambassadors: The Canalway Trail Wants You!
Get ready for a season of fun and adventure with the Canalway Challenge! Part fitness, part journey of discovery, the Canalway Challenge is an invitation to discover all you can do along New York’s canals and Canalway Trail.
Summer is high season on the Erie Canalway Trail, both for organized tours like PTNY's Cycle the Erie Canal but also for do-it-yourself trail adventurers. As you'll see below, End-to-End stories rarely disappoint! End-to-End By Land & Sea Amanda Hus from Tampa, FL "I kayaked the the Erie Canal, about 350 miles, from May … Continue reading Summer End-to-Enders Blaze New Trails
Ann and Aaron follow the Yellow Brick Road in Chittenango Of the almost 800 people who complete the Erie Canalway Trail End-to-End each year, less than a handful make the trip on foot. Ann Neal-Levi and her husband Aaron of Bellingham, Washington are among those who prefer the slower pace that affords End-to-End hikers. This … Continue reading Meet Erie Canalway Trail End-to-Ender Ann Neal-Levi