Auburn - Fleming Trail - TRAIL

Auburn - Fleming Trail - Trail, Auburn, NY, York

Shared for hiking and biking during the summer, this trail is was converted from an old railroad bed. The Auburn trail head, begins with some old railroad ties laid across the trail, and are partially exposed on the trail surface. This makes for a slightly jarring first 1/4 mile after which it becomes a mostly flat, dirt trail. The trail takes you through woods, past some fields and over a couple of small bridges. One bridge is constructed of railroad ties, and another is steel deck, neither have guardrails and both cross shallow creeks. Towards the Fleming end, ATV's have carved some dips and small mounds which add a bit of variety to a generally mild but scenic trail.

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ep1nephr1ne   Cross Country Rider [Feb 09, 2009]

When I lived in town I used this trail as a cut through. It completly flat with a few ground hog holes. after a rain some puddles. Borring like everything else in auburn, a historic relic that someone from the history society wants to preserve. Only cool thing I ever found was a stolen GMC Jimmy from a car lot was fliped into the woods along the trail.

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sctrix1   Cross Country Rider [Feb 07, 2005]

The trail is pretty small in length. It is about 2 miles of flat riding. It was an old railroad track that has been removed and turned into a trail system. If your looking on a ride to warm up on this would be it. Other than that it does not offer much excitement. Definately a beginner's ride!!

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