Some trails may be designed for multi-use, which means during the summer, they could be a combination of hiking or bicycling. Please be sure to check before you start out biking to be sure it is allowed on that particular trail.
The trail begins at the Owen D. Young Central School complex just across a bridge from the parking lot.
The Outdoor Learning Center of the Owen D. Young Central School District consists of more than 50 acres in a natural setting in the gorge of the Otsquago Creek, adjacent to the school in Van Hornesville. There are 1.25 miles of developed trail leading to an extensive network of limestone caves, cliffs and waterfalls.
The trail passes by a New York State registered trout stream as well as historical sites and artifacts.