Victor Hiking Trails Inc.
VHT


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Updated July 20, 2021 JH

Glenn Trail - VHT

Victor Hiking Trails

0.7-mile one way, with a hill
Blazed blue.
NOTE: on-street sections may not be blazed except at intersections.

July 2021

 Map

This footpath joins the Auburn Trail, Ganondagan State Historic Site with its trails, and the Seneca Trail.

There is a section that is on sidewalks. There is a marked crosswalk on NY444, the Victor-Bloomfield Rd. In woods it is 2- to 3-feet wide on a dirt or grass surface; and in Ganondagan it is wider on a driveway and in meadow.

It can also be part of many different loop hikes. The Ganondagan trails offer many opportunities. It, together with the Auburn and Seneca Trails, offers another.

From West to East

Seneca Trail to Auburn Trail

In Ganondagan it starts at the Seneca Trail, blazed red, it is through open meadow to a dirt driveway. There is a short section on the driveway in woods, opening into a parking lot.

Then it crosses NY444, the Victor-Bloomfield Rd. with a marked crosswalk.

It then follows sidewalks through the Silverton Glenn neighborhood on Silverton Glenn, Ashwood, and Wydham Hill streets. At the turnaround of Wydham Hill, it goes between two homes and enters a woods. There is a stairway. This is the most scenic portion; there is a small brook alongside, which at the bottom is crossed by a bridge. It then ends at the Auburn Trail, opposite Finn's Tap Room, where there is another parking lot.

Parking

Parking for the trail is available beyond Finn's Tap Room on Railroad St., and at the Ganondagan NY444 entrance.

Elevations and Distances

Elevations
Elevations in feet, distances in miles.

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!