Best Trails 1 Barnes Creek Falls (3 falls) Canandaigua, NY Hiking Barnes Creek Falls (3 falls) is a 1.2 mile point-to-point located near Canandaigua, New York that features a waterfall. The trail is rated as moderate and is accessible year-round. 2 Bay Trail Webster, NY HikingMountain Biking 3 Devil's Bathtub Trail Mendon, NY HikingWalking 4 Corbett's Glen (2 falls) Rochester, NY Hiking 5 Linear Park Cascades Rochester, NY Hiking Best Hiking Best Mountain Biking Best Trail Running Fish Hatchery Trail Pittsford, NY McCoord Woods Section - Crescent Trail Tinker Nature Park Trails Daffodil Trail Irondequoit Creek Trail View More Erie Canalway Trail (Pittsford to Spencerport) Pittsford, NY Hansen Nature Center Trail Electric Trolley Trail View More Durand Eastman Park Rochester, NY Quaker Pond Trail North Ponds Park Trail View More Recent Reviews Irondequoit Creek Trail by Emily Casey (166) 1 day ago 2 Completed 2 Reviews A million Mosquitos- and we wore bug spray. Trail was not well marked, got off trail on a road to try to limit mosquito exposure. Walked Thornell then into a neighborhood, then cut through school to Park Rd. won't attempt again until winter Irondequoit Creek Trail by R M 23 days ago 21 Completed 6 Reviews Trail is mowed paths through a field that connect to a woods trail next to the creek. Bring bug spray. The mosquitoes were horrible. Tinker Nature Park Trails by Jimmer Solace (134) about 1 year ago 5 Completed 2 Reviews McCoord Woods Section - Crescent Trail by David Vogt (121) over 1 year ago 1 Completed 1 Reviews Very Hilly and Windy Trail that you can feel like you are lost when really you just need to keep walking and you will eventually find the Woodcliff Hotel or the parking lot off garnsey where you started. Great for walking dogs (even though they are on leash) Only found one spot with a decent view but still a great hidden gem. Erie Canalway Trail (Pittsford to Spencerport) by Renee Nichols (147) almost 2 years ago 2 Completed 2 Reviews I have both walked, biked and in-line skated (when I had the ability) this trail for years. The parts between Pittsford and the city are paved and have some hills, but is generally easy to navigate and pretty flat for long stretches. There are all sorts of sights to see and the path gets fairly heavy traffic in spring, summer and fall. It runs through towns and parks and there are places to picnic and/or restaurants in walking proximity to the trail. Once outside the city headed toward Spencerport, the path is gravel. For the bird lovers, there are some nesting herons along this path, lots of ducks and some migrating geese. Along parts of this trail, I've seen rabbits and fox too, but they are generally in stretches that are well outside Rochester.