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Durhamville NY on the Erie Canal Bike Trail

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5.1 miles West
Rome
12.4 miles East
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Ryans General Store
5755 NY-46, Durhamville

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Forum Discussions about Durhamville

Durhamville
KB from Cazenovia on 9/18/2018 9:22:58 PM:
I just traveled it today and rode this section. In Rome you will ride on a few roads after coming off the trail from Utica direction and will go over a bridge on Mill street. Then turn left into the park next to the canal and it will take you over the Mohawk river. But take your time because it's fantastic and very historic. It will take you to S. James street and I highly suggest going into visitors center and Fort Stanwix. This map is not correct on this page !!!! Go up a block from visitor center and turn left on Liberty and go to the end and turn left again on Gifford and then a right next to the bank (yes, on the very busy highway) and then a quick left at the light (Rt 46,49) and this will get you back on the main trail again. the rest is a mix of very smooth gravel and pavement and a couple road sections into Durhamville on the Canal road. I hope this helps.

Rome to Durhamville - Paved or Gravel
Rich D from Scotch Plains, NJ on 9/15/2018 8:08:22 PM:
Just curious. Is the section from Rome to Durhamville paved or gravel? I'll be riding it next week and trying to decide which bike to bring. Thanks!

 
Psychlist on 9/16/2018 11:12:46 AM:
If my memory serves, you'll be on the paved streets while in Rome and in Durhamville. And you'll be on a street for a few miles outside of Durhamville. But other than that, you are on the gravel trail.