Letchworth Park Spring Hike

April 23, 2016 at 2:13 pm 1 comment

I received a GoPro from my family and am enjoying its simple interface, and how easy it is to edit. Charlie offered a Letchworth explore, so naturally I engineered a “hike or die” for a sunny spring day.

This hike is seven miles long, starting at the south end of the park and heading north. We left bikes at the end of the hike to get back to our cars. The views from the edge remain lovely the entire hike, and the craftsmanship of WPA stone fences, picnic tables and bridges inspires the challenging walking path.

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Entry filed under: Biking, Hiking, Mount Morris, New York State Parks, Uncategorized. Tags: , .

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  • 1. pamelarogers7975  |  April 24, 2016 at 2:31 am

    You are always awesome, Barb Cote Creative!! Let’s do a bike ride with that thing!!! Soon.

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