Canalway Challenge Racks Up Big Miles

300,000 miles! That’s the distance you’d travel if you drove from New York City to Los Angeles 107 times. That’s how far you’d go if you flew from Paris to Shanghai 52 times, or rocketed to the moon and halfway back. That’s how many miles people have pledged to walk, run, cycle, and paddle for … Continue reading Canalway Challenge Racks Up Big Miles

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New CTANY Board Officers Elected

Canalway Trails Association New York (CTANY) is one of the most important organizations behind the 524-mile NYS Canalway Trail System. It is an all-volunteer organization that works both statewide and locally with citizens, state agencies, and municipalities to develop the Canalway Trail System as a world class multi-use recreational trail and international tourism destination. The … Continue reading New CTANY Board Officers Elected

Trail Tender Award Recognizes Old Erie Canal State Park Trail Ambassador

Congratulations to Canalway Trail Ambassador Dave Kellogg on his recent receipt of the 2016 Trail Tender Award. The Trail Tender Award recognizes the valuable contribution of individuals to promoting, enhancing, and completing the 524-mile New York State Canalway Trail system. Dave has been an active trail user for more than three decades, and over the … Continue reading Trail Tender Award Recognizes Old Erie Canal State Park Trail Ambassador

MV Alpiners Bring Sanctuary to ECT

Mohawk Valley Alpiners, a hiking club based in Herkimer County, spent a day last month giving back to the Erie Canalway Trail. On October 14, members of the club cleared invasive species, such as European Buckthorn, that crowd the edges of the trail, opening up a new trailside refuge area where they also installed a bench. … Continue reading MV Alpiners Bring Sanctuary to ECT

Meet Erie Canalway Trail End-to-Ender Ann Neal-Levi

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