This blog highlights some of my adventures with the focus on railroad history. Originally intended as a blog of my rail trail rides, it now also includes hikes, railroad trips and even stop-and-go car trips if they are railroad history related...

Saturday, July 12, 2014

South Hill Recreation Way - Ithaca, NY

This is an easy but pleasant trail built from the old DL&W switchback. Further historical info here > 

I started around 8:45 on a beautiful Saturday morning at the Burns Road entrance and rode south. It was super smooth and easy to make a one-handed video (see below).

As the map indicates, there are two sections to the trail and a connector. The connector trail was pretty steep and a rush to descend but I rode back up it without an issue on my return.

Coddington Road Entrance

Hudson Street Entrance

Short Video featuring one-handed riding views...

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