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Kids Climbing the Walls – Niagara Climbing Center – Buffalo, NY

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1333 Strad Avenue, North Tonawanda, NY

If your kids are climbing the walls at home (or you are), here is the place to check out – Niagara Climbing Center. It has: 6000 square feet of climbing terrain Over 30 top rope stations, each 20 feetRead more

Nature View Park – Amherst, NY

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1087 Tonawanda Creek Road, Amherst, NY

Nature View Park at 1087 Tonawanda Creek Road in Amherst offers 1254 acres of wetlands, forests and meadows. Parking Lot across from Amherst Veterans Canal Park. Gravel parking lot. Open all the time.

Hiking Trails & Hiking Clubs in WNY – Buffalo NY

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Buffalo, New York

There are beautiful hiking trails in Western NY… Letchworth, “the Grand Canyon of the East”,  trails along Niagara Falls, Riverwalk along the Niagara River, Zoar Valley  and Eternal Flame Falls in Orchard Park.  And, other than the state parksRead more

Owens Falls in East Aurora, NY – Next Steps Before Opening

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Owen Falls, East Aurora, NY

Owen Falls in East Aurora was acquired in the fall of 2016 by the Western NY Land Conservancy. We have gotten numerous requests about when it will be open. There will be a trail system for hiking and snowshoeing.Read more

Buffalo Riverwalk – A Great Place for Walking Along The

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LaSalle park - Porter and Amvets Drive, Buffalo NY

The Buffalo Riverwalk now extends from norther Erie County to downtown Buffalo with a Canadian artery that intersects to the Peace Bridge and over  to the Canadian Niagara River Trail (remember your passport).  To get the map. The directionsRead more

New Nature Trail – Creation Walk – Marilla, NY

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11759 Bullis Road, Marilla, NY 14102, USA

There is a new nature trail (been open a year) called Creation Walk in Marilla. The First Baptist Church of Marilla created the trail in 59 acres. It runs along a creek, is 1 1/4 miles and you walkRead more