In celebration of its 30th anniversary, the Land Trust is hosting 10 hikes led by knowledgeable staff covering a total of 30 miles. Join us for one event, or attend all and hike 30 miles for 30 years! You can also complete the hike series on your own. Hikers who complete the 30 miles will receive a special gift from the Land Trust. Download a trail map here (PDF).
Bishop Nature Preserve—town of Fayette
No registration required.
Director of Stewardship Chris Olney and Major Gifts Officer Kurt Anderson will lead participants on a 4.4 mile out-and-back walk through the preserve and onto the connecting Cayuga-Senecal Canal Trail. This low-lying preserve adjoins state land, and serves as an access point for the trail which runs for several miles along the canal that connects Cayuga and Seneca Lakes. The terrain is flat and does not involve any climbs. Chris and Kurt will discuss the history of the preserve and the Land Trust’s role in acquiring it as well as its flora and fauna.
From Geneva, go east on route 5 & 20. Turn south (right) onto route 96A. Cross the bridge over the canal, and make the first left, on West River Rd. Park opposite house #536.
Except in the case of extreme weather, walks go rain or shine. Please check our Facebook page or this web page for updates. Please refrain from bringing dogs as they may impede the observation of wildlife.