Interloken Trail For Mountain Biking
The 12th most popular mountain bike trail in New York.
Wednesday 27 July 2016 03:04 GMT
East of Seneca Lake and Burdett, the Interloken Trail is a 12 mile route open to mountain biking on a limited basis. The Interloken Trail traverses the Forest north to south and is a branch of the Finger Lakes Trail system. It passes through various terrain and vegetation; southern portions are somewhat steeper and more forested; northern portions are flatter and more open through some pastures.
Horses are allowed on the trail from the southern end of the trail to the Burnt Hill trail. Mountain bikes and horses are allowed on the north end of the trail between Seneca and Parmenter Rds.
To reach the southern trailhead from Burdett, head east on SR79 to Bennettsburg. Turn north on Burnt Hill Road. The trailhead parking area is about 0.75 miles ahead on the right.
Make sure to call the Ranger Office at (607) 546-4470 for the current status of mountain biking on this trail before setting out.
Overall, Interloken Trail is the 12th most popular mountain bike trail of all 48 mountain biking rides in New York. Several of the better mountain bike trails are nearby Interloken Trail including Hammond Hill State Forest, Shindagin Hollow State Forest, Sugar Hill State Forest and Jenksville State Forest Multiple Use Trail System.