The Picture Perfect Trail

Fall foliage and falling snow. Summer sun and spring bloom. There simply isn’t a bad time to pull out the camera and capture the beauty of the Finger Lakes!
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TOTAL TIME TO DO THE TRAIL: 5 hours.

stop1-01Geneva Row Houses

www.genevany.com

photoGeneva has an active historical society and much historic architecture.  Built in the 1800s, the Geneva row houses resemble the architecture of Boston and Georgetown.  Put on your walking shoes and enjoy the views as you cruise along Main Street with the lake across the street.

stop1-01Geneva Long Pier

www.genevany.com

photoLong Pier in Geneva is one of our Top Ten places to take a picture! Not only a spectacular view of Seneca Lake…walk all the way to the end, then turn around and enjoy a panoramic view of Geneva’s lakefront. You can drop in a fishing line, or catch the breeze off the lake. It’s a great place to watch the weather travel up the lake, or take in a sunrise or sunset.

stop1-01The Village of Clifton Springs

www.cliftonspringschamber.com

photoThe Victorian era is alive in this historic village. Focus on the architecture or zoom in on the historical aspects of this beautiful village.

stop1-01Canandaigua Boat Houses

www.canandaiguachamber.com

photoWith their rustic nature, the boathouses are an attraction for artists, tourists, and photographers. They are a picturesque and unique reminder of our heritage. They remain one of Canandaigua’s strongest and most popular tourist attractions.

stop5-01Harriet Hollister Spencer Park

www.visitfingerlakes.com

treat-newhope-300From a hilltop in this recreation area near Honeoye, there’s a view that goes on for miles that includes rolling hills, Honeoye Lake, and on a clear day, the Rochester skyline.

stop1-01County Road 12 Overlook

County Road 12 Scenic Overlook

photoSunrise and sunset. Fall foliage and falling snow. Summer sun and spring bloom. There simply isn’t a bad time to pull out the camera and capture the beauty of the Finger Lakes!

 

 

For More Information Contact: Finger Lakes Visitors Connection