6 edition of Take A Hike! Family Walks in the Rochester (NY) Area (Second Edition) (Trail Guidebooks) found in the catalog.
April 5, 2000
by Footprint Press (NY)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
quality hiking trails right here within the greater Rochester area. So I had to share. For those who are unfamiliar with hiking, it is one of the best ways to spend an afternoon. Books for Rochester Day Trip Inspiration. This is only a short list of some of my favorite Rochester-centric books! These links will take you to Amazon, thought there is a vast selection of these books and others available through your local library, in particular the Monroe County Library System.. Roadside Geology of New York.
(Take Your Bike - Rochester, page ) 6. Hike or Bike the trails of Genesee County Park in Bethany to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. (A free map is available at under Biking Books, Take Your Bike - Family Rides in the Finger Lakes & Genesee Valley Region.) (Take A Hike - Finger Lakes, page 45 and Take Your Bike. Take Your Bike: Family Rides in the Rochester (NY) Area - second edition by Sue Freeman, Rich Freeman and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
A popular mile loop hike utilizing the Wetland and Ridge Trails can be found in the hiking guide book Best Easy Day Hikes Rochester, NY and a couple of other nice loop hikes are featured in the hiking guide book Take A Hike - Family Walks in the Rochester, NY Area (Third Edition). Look below for info on each of the trails. Admission: $10/daily vehicle entry permit, $35/annual, free to trail-users if you enter through park roads and hike/bike trails; Eye the freighters as they chug up and down the Detroit River while hiking the mile Cherry Island Marsh Trail and take in amazing views of the riverfront, Lake Erie, Sugar Island, Grosse Ile and Celeron Island.
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It is a book rich in experiences - a book that the reader will not only want to explore, but take along on further explorations. -- Jillian St. Jacques, The Greece Post The greater Rochester area has plenty of trails for you and the kids to enjoy and explore the great outdoors.
And locating those trails has never been easier thanks to Take A Hike!/5(7). The result was the first edition () of Take A Hike. Family Walks in the Rochester Area. They went on to explore hiking, bicycling and paddling trails throughout the Central and Western New York State region.
Rich and Sue continue to be active with various trail groups, and they enjoy doing trail work. In addition, their passion for long 4/4(1). Take A Hike - Family Walks in the Rochester, NY Area (Third Edition) by Rich Freeman () out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. $ Hiking New York: A Guide To The State's Best Hiking Adventures/5(7).
Take A Hike. Family Walks in the Rochester Area book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A practical guide to exploring Rochester's /5(8). This book maps and describes 40 short walks, strolls, and hikes around Rochester NY.
Fun for the whole family/5(6). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Take a Hike!: Family Walks in the Rochester Area at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5. Or, perhaps the family has no children at all.
Families are diverse. That’s why you need the guidebook called Take A Hike – Family Walks in the Rochester, NY Area. No matter what your family looks like, or what their abilities are, you’ll be able to hone in on some trails to suit their needs. Enjoy 51 walks and hikes among the hills and lakes of upstate New York on newly developed or little known trails.
Through maps and descriptions, this book show where to explore the wonders of nature while getting valuable exercise.
check this link ?book= BOOKING IS NOW REQUIRED FOR ALL WALKS. Take A Hike is required to operate a booking system for all walks. Everyone attending a walk must book a place using the link in the walk description. Booking opens at 8pm 5 days before the date of the walk. Booking closes 24 hours before the walk start time.
Please be considerate when placing bookings, to. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Take a Hike!: Family Walks in the Rochester (NY) Area by Sue Freeman and Rich Freeman (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. A practical guide to exploring Rochester's (NY) 60 trails and interesting places. Through maps and descriptions, this book shows where to take stroll, walk the dog, or expose kids to nature while having fun and learning local history.
Take a Hike. is perfect for everyone who wants to explore Rochester NY area trails and learn more about the history and geology of the area. From lost cities to farm lanes, this book explores 60 interesting walks. Get this from a library. Take a hike!: family walks in the Rochester area.
[Rich Freeman; Sue Freeman]. The softcover companion books ("Take A Hike" and "Take Your Bike") are an enormous resource for hiking and biking trails in the region, allowing readers to pick and choose from a short but picturesque minute hike at Moss Lake to a five-hour walk along the Erie Canal trail from Port Byron to Jordan in Cayuga : Richard E.
Freeman, Susan J. Freeman. Pass over a stone bridge and find the next set of shelters which house the steps down to the gorge.
Park off to the right and walk along the woods behind the shelters. You will come to a pathway that leads to the steps. Take special care as the steps are eroding from harsh weather and lack of maintenance. Step back in time with a bike adventure through Mt.
Hope Cemetery in Rochester. (Take Your Bike - Rochester, page 68) Delight in spring flowers with a hike on the trails at Webster Arboretum in Webster.
(A free map is available at under Hiking Books, Take A Hike, Family Walks in the Rochester Area.) (Take A Hike.
“ In Rochester, this trail can take you from a cider mill to a nature preserve and Presque Isle River takes you on a hike along either shore, (take a short suspension bridge t it was our first family bike ride and the boys really enjoyed the trail!.
All Rochester Wegmans. Dept of Recreation and Youth Services. Print Rochester Passport. Print Corn Hill Passport. Finger Lakes Trail. Print Eastern Passport. Print Central Passport. Please visit the website for a listing of locations to pick up booklet. "I have ridden my bike on the Erie Canal Trail many times and I always enjoy it for the scenery, the animals (especially the ducks) and the ease of traveling it." "The path is paved and well maintained, which makes it suitable for those who are looking for a pleasant stroll rather than a challenging hike.".
6. Hike or bike Erie Canal Park in Camillus to see 3 versions of the historic Erie Canal, including the original Clinton's Ditch. (A free map is available at under Hiking Books, Take A Hike - Family Walks in the Finger Lakes & Genesee Valley Region.) (Take A Hike - Finger Lakes, page and Take Your Bike - Finger Lakes.FOOTPRINT PRESS Take a Hike: Family Walks in the Rochester, NY Area - Shop Now for Great Deals.Take A Hike - Family Walks in the Rochester, NY Area (Third Edition) Third Edition - Fully Revised and Expanded to Cover 67 Trails.
Enjoy day hikes throughout the greater Rochester, NY area. The walks, rambles, strolls, and hikes in this book are designed for people who delight in exploring unique or little-known places. The trails lead through.