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Walk, Bike and Run in Geneseo

Healthy lifestyles are important to members of this walkable community. When you’re in town, please join us - enjoy our scenic sidewalks, special trails and parks, and learn more about our historic district!

Geneseo is located on a hill with various degrees of difficulty. Walkers requiring a more level terrain are encouraged to walk on north-south oriented streets in the village or on campus (Village - Main St., Second St., or Highland Rd., Campus - Letchworth Rd.)

Walk/Run/Bike Loops

The routes below include a photographic tour of the route plus a printable map & directions for the route.
Route   Distance   Terrain
College Loop Map & Directions 1.70 Miles   Steep Incline
Country Club Loop Map & Directions 4.35 Miles   Flat
Crossett-Long Point Loop Map & Directions 2.20 Miles   Slight Incline
Historic District Loop Map & Directions 1.85 Miles   Slight Incline
Some Historic Homes Loop Map & Directions .90 Miles   Flat
Volunteer Loop Map & Directions 3.30 Miles   Slight Incline

Hotel Connector Loops
The routes below begin at the Route 20A hotels, offering visitors the opportunity to walk/run/bike without needing to drive away from their accommodations.
Lima Road Loop Map & Directions 3.55 Miles   Flat
Route 20A Loop Map & Directions 2.05 Miles   Slight Incline

Self Guided Tours

The tours below are designed for a leisurely stroll around Geneseo giving you information about our many historic homes and landmarks. They feature mobile friendly pages plus pdf files to easily guide you on the tours.

Historic District Tour Main Street Tour Oaks Driving Tour

Hiking

The Genesee Valley Conservancy, a non-profit land trust, conserves some of our important natural resources and strengthens connections between people and the land in the Genesee River watershed.

The Conservancy owns three nature preserves, open to the public year-round for outdoor recreation such as hiking and canoeing, and hosts educational lectures and walks on protected property.

Indian Fort Nature Preserve John W. Chanler Island Preserve Railroad Bed Trail

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