Oakley Corners State Forest Trail Tour
ElevationAscent: 1,568' 478 m
Descent: -1,551' -473 m
High: 1,598' 487 m
Low: 1,252' 381 m
GradeAvg Grade: 4% (2°)
Max Grade: 21% (12°)
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“This ride covers most of the trails in Oakley Corners State Forest; cross-country style singletrack with lots of roots.”— Cycle - CNY
The Oakley Corners Multiple Use Trail System is managed by the NYS DEC Region 7 office, and maintained by volunteers.
The trails are marked with typical DEC circular trail markers. All trails are designated by color and number. Local volunteers have done some amazing trail work over the last ten years, greatly improving the trail conditions and drainage.
The south (Yellow) trails offer a great introduction as they weave around the two ponds, offering some nice views with limited elevation change. The trails are a mix of dirt and roots, and mainly singletrack. The south trails see quite a bit more recreational activities than the north trails, as hiking, camping and fishing are popular near the ponds.
The north (Blue) trails shows of classic singletrack riding in the Finger Lakes region; tight singletrack, bigger climbs, and dense forest provides a more challenging experience.
The majority of the property was former pasture or tilled acreage that was altogether neglected. The DEC planted 837,000 pine, spruce, cedar and larch seedlings. Today nearly the entire area is forested, which has improved the soil conditions and all of the lumber harvested supports the myriad recreation opportunities in the area.