ERIE ATTICA TRAIL:
AVON-CALEDONIA, NEW YORK
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Last Updated: August 1, 2016
Length: Erie Attica Trail; 1.3 miles
Difficulty: Easy. Flat stone-dust rail trail. Short paved section.
From I-390 take exit 10 to Route 20 west. Travel 3.3 miles through Avon and just before the Genesee River turn right on Farmers Rd. The road starts out paved before turning to gravel. Travel underneath a RR bridge and turn right into the parking lot.
The Erie Attica Trail follows the rail bed of the former Erie Attica RR and connects into the Genesee Valley Greenway .
Starting from the parking lot; Map board.
Note; Heading left the trail is paved as it travels through a field out Horseshoe Blvd at 0.2 miles.
Heading right cross an old RR trestle bridge over the Genesee River. The stone-dust trail travels along a wooded berm with fields on either side. In a few spots the trail dips off the rail bed to avoid missing bridges. Come to the intersection with the Genesee Valley Greenway at 1.1 miles. The Genesee Valley Greenway consists of hard packed dirt and grass. Look left to spot the 17 Mile marker (From Rochester) for the Genesee Valley Greenway, as well as, the old RR bridge abutments for the old RR bridge. No signs marking either trail here.
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