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Distance

2.28 mi

Elevation gain

397 ft

Technical difficulty

Moderate

Elevation loss

397 ft

Max elevation

1,542 ft

Trailrank

22

Min elevation

1,146 ft

Trail type

Loop

Moving time

39 minutes

Time

one hour 34 minutes

Coordinates

580

Uploaded

May 22, 2019

Recorded

May 2019

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1,542 ft
1,146 ft
2.28 mi

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near Oneonta, New York (United States)

New hiking trail above Wilber Park in the county forest-owned Van Cleft Wildlife Sanctuary. Trail built by SUNY Oneonta volunteers and the Otsego county forester in April 2019.
Waypoint

Orange bike trail on right

Leaves blue trail here
Intersection

Orange trail 4-way intersection

Bike trail route is on right (facing uphill), walking trail on left
Intersection

Bike trail ends

At powerline
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New trail begins

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Intersection

Orange trail and Van Cleft trail

Meet at power line
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New sign

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Intersection

Junction of orange trail and Old road

New trail to right when coming uphill (south)
Intersection

New can cleft trail starts

Note needs drainage work
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Intersection

Trail returns to powerline

Panorama

Viewpoint

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And connector trail to Wilber Park apartments
Intersection

New trail loop ends

Intersection

Orange blue trail intersection

Orange bike trail on right (facing uphill), more direct orange walking trail straight ahead, blue trail continues to left
Waypoint

Connection to Wilber Park apartments

Intersection

Blue yellow trail intersection

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Follow blue trail uphill to Van Cleft nature reserve
Waypoint

Teailhead

Car park

Trail map by parking

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Bridge

Wilber creek

AKA Oneonta creek
Car park

Lower parking lot

Comments

    You can or this trail