The Great Lakes Seaway Trail

photo: Eastern terminus of the Lake Ontario State Parkway at Lake Avenue in Charlotte, Rochester, New York, as seen from Pattonwood Dri. Photo by TwinsMetsFan. Type: National Scenic Byway
Length: 365.00 miles
Loop Trail? No
Allowed Uses: Bicycling (on pavement)
Camping
Heritage and History
Pedestrian - Walking/Hiking/Running
Agency: Nonprofit
Entry Fee? No
Parking Fee? No

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Location:
States: New York
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Latitude: 43.36458   Longitude: -77.97669

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Description

The Great Lakes Seaway Trail, formerly known as the Seaway Trail, is a scenic driving route follows the shores of Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario, and the St. Lawrence River in New York and Pennsylvania. One of the first roads in America to be designated as a National Scenic Byway, the Great Lakes Seaway Trail includes unique historical locations and cultural heritage sites in addition to outstanding views and scenic vistas.

Additional Details

Primary Surface: Asphalt
Secondary Surface: None
Average Grade: 0%
Elevation Low Point: Not Available
Elevation High Point: Not Available
Year Designated: 1983

Supporting Webpages and Documents

Website: Map of the Scenic Byway

Contact Information

For more information and current conditions, contact the trail manager (listed below). For questions, suggestions, and corrections to information listed on the website, contact American Trails.

Seaway Trail Inc.
109 Barracks Drive
Sacketts Harbor , NY 13685
(315) 646-1000
info@seawaytrail.com
http://www.seawaytrail.com/

 

Photos

Eastern terminus of the Lake Ontario State Parkway at Lake Avenue in Charlotte, Rochester, New York, as seen from Pattonwood Dri. Photo by TwinsMetsFan.

Eastern terminus of the Lake Ontario State Parkway at Lake Avenue in Charlotte, Rochester, New York, as seen from Pattonwood Dri. Photo by TwinsMetsFan.

A 90-degree turn on New York State Route 12E northbound in Cape Vincent. Straight ahead is Lake Ontario. Photo by Doug Kerr/wiki.

A 90-degree turn on New York State Route 12E northbound in Cape Vincent. Straight ahead is Lake Ontario. Photo by Doug Kerr/wiki.

 

Approaching Niagara Falls on the northbound Robert Moses State Parkway, part of the Great Lakes Seaway Trail. Photo by TwinsMetsFan.

Approaching Niagara Falls on the northbound Robert Moses State Parkway, part of the Great Lakes Seaway Trail. Photo by TwinsMetsFan.

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