This suburban hike is in conjunction with the WNY Outdoor Adventure Group (meet up).
The Peanut Line Trail/Clarence Bike Path begins at the western boundary of Clarence near Transit Road and continues east eventually connecting with the Clarence/Akron/Newstead
The trail runs along an abandoned rail right-of-way.
Let's get out Saturday afternoon and walk the Peanut Line/Clarence bike trail. We'll meet in the parking lot by the police substation on Goodrich Rd (6185 Goodrich Rd) near Clarence Center Rd in Clarence Center, NY. We will walk the Clarence portion of the bike trail to it's terminus past Salt Rd and continue on the Newstead bike trail to Clarence Center Rd. We will then turn around and head back to our vehicles. Trails are paved, though with all the snow we've been getting, they will probably be snow covered. We can walk, possibly snowshoe the path. The path is also a section of the 177 mile Conservation trail, that runs from the state line in Allegany State Park to it's terminus in Niagara Falls.
Link to map of the Clarence bike trail:
Link to map of the Newstead bike trail:
Total distance: 7.0 miles roundtrip
Pace: Moderate to Fast (2.25 to 3 miles an hour)
Proper footwear is recommended.
Leashed dogs are always welcomed.