Finger Lakes National Forest
The Finger Lakes National Forest encompasses 16,212 acres nestled between Seneca and Cayuga Lakes in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State. The Forest has over 30 miles of interconnecting trails that traverse gorges, ravines, pastures and woodlands.
Take a careful look at the map to understand where bikes are allowed within FLNF. This forest generally doesn’t have great summer trail riding (mostly doubletrack shared with equestrians), but numerous dirt roads and great views lend to excellent gravel grinder rides. In the winter, the multi-use trails are used frequently by snowmobiles and remain open to bikes, making for some fun winter riding too.