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Six Nation Trail System (between Keuka and Seneca Lakes)

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These trails actually encourage the use of Mountain Bikes (and horse back riding) Trails cover large areas which include Sugar Hill State Forest, Goundary Hill State Forest, South Bradford State Forest, Cinnamon Lake State Forest, Beaver Dams State Forest, and Coon Hollow State Forest. These places are very popular horseback riding destinations and many of the trails show it.
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Trail Directions
From Watkins Glen: Take county route 28 North to county route 23 west (also known as Mud Lake road) to the top of the hill. Turn left on county route 21 south and right on Tower Hill Road. Take left into campground/ranger station. Trail maps are available at Information board. Also check out the view from the fire tower.
Trail Length
45 miles of system
Trail Level
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads

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Review Date
May 26, 2003

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Every few months

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Reviewed by: Brian , from Keuka Lake

Trails are largely made for horse travel yet some make for interesting bike trails. Expect to find plenty of hillclimbing after finding decent downhill areas. There is unchartered singletrack hidden in many areas.

Recommended Route:
One of the best biking trail section does not appear on the trail map (at least entirely). Follow trails on southeastern edge of Maple Lane between fire tower and Sugar Hill Road.

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