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Updated July 19, 2017 JH

Apple Farm Trail

.8-miles one-way, mostly open rolling hills

June, 2008

This is a feeder trail from the Victor-Bloomfield Road, NY444, to the Seneca Trail. It is blazed in yellow. It is named for the “The Apple Farm,” the generous land owner who gives us permission for the trail.


This is a wide mowed trail over gently rolling hills. It is within a working orchard farm. Be on alert for farm machinery. Get your apples, cider, and baked goods at the store. And thank them!

In November 2016, there was a fire in the Apple Farm Store. Work is proceeding in replacing it. VHT supports them in this effort.

From NY444 to Seneca Trail – West bound

Apple Farm Entrance
The Apple Farm Entrance, NY444

The eastern end is at The Apple Farm on the Victor-Bloomfield Road, NY444. The trail goes from the parking lot past the north end of the store and turns west.

Apple Farm Store
The Apple Farm Store

Typical Trail
Typical Apple Farm Trail

Caution: This is a working farm you are walking through. Be alert for working equipment.

Bridge at Seneca Trail
Bridge over Great Brook at the junction of the Seneca Trail

Elevations and Distances


Caution: Elevations are from USGS. They are very precise, but not necessarily accurate. They may be from any place up to 100-feet from the trail!