Gavin and I signed up for the Maple City Metric Gravel Grinder, taking place on Sunday, September, 22nd. Since the ride started about 45 minutes from his cabin in Smallwood, NY, we headed up there on Saturday and then headed over to Hurleyville to check out the rail trail.
We headed east down the paved rail trail thinking that we could ride it some distance. Unfortunately, we the paved part of the trail ended abruptly and then we were riding on an old rail road bed. Fortunately, we had our gravel bikes but I figured that we would be riding a paved trail I decided to not bring my gear back or pump.
We didn't find this map until we were almost in Fallsburg so we weren't really sure how far we would be actually riding.
In Fallsburg, the trail evaporated. We went riding on some roads to see if we could find it again but didn't, unfortunately.
We found a road called Tunnel Road but never found the actual tunnel. Turns out it was right under our nose.
Once back in Hurleyville we set off in the other direction and found more paved trail that we road until it stopped and then turned around. We were still able to get a few miles in and Gavin found a new place he could ride with this wife.